Near Very Good. Rubbing and edgwear on covers. Some wear and creasing to spine. Previous owner's emboss to first page. Few light marks to top edge. Overall a very clean copy, inside and out. Solid binding. Introduction by Norman Mailer.
Very Good. Evergreen Black Cat BC-142, second printing thus. Interesting 'alternate' cover photo by Bert Andrews, a Harlem photographer and subject of the collection 'In the Shadow of the Great White Way: Images from the Black Theatre, ' which highlights some of his work. Also interesting is that Andrews' photo appears somewhat of an homage to the original cover photo by Clark Worswick. Very good minus with waterstaining to edges, two small surface tears to cover, price inked out. 96 pp.
Fair. Copy is tight with unmarked text, has some heavy reading wear/tear. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Fine in Near Fine Wraps. 8vo (5-1/2 x 8), 82 pp plus Afterword recounting first performances and police intervention. Paperbound book is FINE in NEAR FINE glossy pictorial wraps, some fading on cover near spine and slight diagonal crease on upper right front cover.
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