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    [ABE, Kobo]. Shields, Nancy K.
    $35.00
    NY & Tokyo: Weatherhill (1996). First edition. 189 pp w/notes. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. Foreword by Donald Keene. Dated (June 16, 1998) and INSCRIBED by Shields.
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    [BRECHT, Bertolt]. Esslin, Martin.
    $12.50
    NY & London: Columbia University Press, 1969. First edition. 48 pp w/selected bibliography. Fine in stapled wrappers.
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    [CHEKHOV, Anton]. Gilman, Richard.
    $45.00
    New Haven & London: Yale University Press (1995). First edition. xxii + 261 pp w/index. Fine in fine dust jacket.
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    [HECHT, Ben]. Fetherling, Doug.
    $15.00
    Toronto: Lester & Orpen Limited (1977). First edition. 228 pp w/index. Near fine in near fine dust jacket.
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    [JOYCE, James]. Cordell, Richard and Matson, Lowell. eds.
    $20.00
    NY: Random House (1959). First edition. 481 pp. Previous owner’s name inside front board, else near fine in very good dust jacket with a chip. Prints Joyce’s ULYSSES IN NIGHTTOWN along with plays by Sean O’Casey, Jean Anouilh, Jacquetta Hawkes & J.B. Priestly, James Lee, Alfred Hayes, and James Forsyth.
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    [LIVING THEATRE]. Silvestro, Carlo. ed.
    $35.00
    Greenwich: New York Graphic Society [1976]. First US edition. [246 pp]. Very good plus in like dust jacket with two closed edge tears. Richard Schechner introduces this collection of text and illustrations (281 b&w images) by and about the Living Theatre.
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    [MAMET, David]. Johnston, Alastair.
    $150.00
    [Berkeley: Poltroon Press] 2012. First edition, numbered & signed issue. 13 1/8 x 17 1/2 inch illustrated poster, printed in four colors. Fine. Designed and printed by Alastair Johnston at his Poltroon Press. Johnston was commissioned to design a poster for this production, which design was then modified for promotional use. At Mamet’s request, Johnston printed a small run of copies for private distribution, a number of which were signed by Mamet for an edition. Thus, this is one of 20 numbered copies SIGNED by Mamet and Johnston.
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    [MOSCOW ART THEATRE MUSICAL STUDIO].
    $45.00
    NY: Brentano’s (1925). First edition. Small bit of offsetting from the jacket to the front free endpaper, else near fine in very good plus dust jacket with toned spine and several edge tears. Translated from the Russian by George S. and Gilbert Seldes. Introduction by Oliver M. Sayler. Collects Lysistrada, Carmencita and the Soldier, The Daughter of Madame Angot, La Périchole, and Love and Death.
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    [PINTER, Harold]. Gale, Steven H.
    $45.00
    Boston: G.K. Hall (1978). First edition. xxi + 244 pp w/index. Fine in decorated boards. No dust jacket, as issued.
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    [SHAKESPEARE, William]. Schueller, Herbert. ed.
    $15.00
    Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1964. First edition. 181 pp w/index. Very near fine in like dust jacket.
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    [WARNER, Francis]. Prentki, Tim, ed.
    $25.00
    Bedfordshire: Sceptre Press (1977). First edition. 154 pp. Very near fine in dust jacket. Edited and with a preface and essay by Tim Prentki. A collection of critical essays concerning the poetry and dramatic work of Francis Warner, including essays by Harold Hobson, Paul Hewison, Lesly Burnett and Robert Burchfield.
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    [WILDE, Oscar]. Willis, John.
    $35.00
    Fairfield: John H. Willis (2002). Second edition, expanded, numbered issue. 49 pp. Very near fine in stapled wrappers. Dated (26 /01/03) and INSCRIBED by Willis on the front free endpaper. While Wilde never made the long journey, Willis here does a thorough job making connections between Wilde, his circle, and Australia.
  • [WILLIAMS, Tennessee]. Choukri, Mohamed.
    $350.00
    Santa Barbara: Cadmus, 1979. First edition, lettered & signed issue. 12mo. 85 pp w/note. Fine in illustrated wrappers and fine unprinted glassine dust jacket. Translated from the original Arabic by Paul Bowles. Foreword by Gavin Lamberg, concluding note by Williams. One of 26 lettered copies SIGNED by Choukri and Bowles.
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    [WILLIAMS, Tennessee]. Leverich, Lyle.
    $20.00
    NY: Crown (1995). Uncorrected proof. 626 pp. Very good plus in printed wrappers.
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    [WILSON, Robert].
    $40.00
    Cincinnati: Contemporary Arts Center (1980). First edition. 4to. 112 pp. Near fine in printed wrappers (lightly rubbed). Essays by John Rockwell and Robert Stearns. Heavily illustrated with production photographs.
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    [WOOSTER GROUP]. Savran, David.
    $17.50
    NY: Theatre Communications Group, 1988. Second trade paperback printing. 238 pp w/index. Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers. The first edition of this book was published under the title, The Wooster Group, 1975-1985.
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    [YEATS, W.B.]. Qamber, Akhtar.
    $20.00
    NY: Weatherhill (1974). First edition. 161 pp w/bibliography. Spine sunned, else near fine in very near fine dust jacket. The two Yeats plays are “At the Hawk’s Well” and “The Dreaming of the Bones.” The two Noh plays are “Hagoromo” and “Nishikigi,” both translated by Ernest Fenollosa and Ezra Pound.