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The Beard and VKTMS Two Plays by  foreword by Norman Mailer  Michael - First Edition - 1985 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and Biblio.com

The Beard and VKTMS Two Plays

by McClure, Michael, foreword by Norman Mailer

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New York: Grove, 1985. Hardcover. 160p., publisher's ads, two plays together, very good first edition thus, black cloth boards titled silverfoil, in an edgeworn, unclipped dj with an inch-wide chip to back panel (not affecting photoportrait) and a couple of short tears with verso clear-tape re-enforcement. 'The Beard' was originally published in a presentation edition of 300 copies, then in a trade edition by Coyote Books in 1967, 'VKTMS' in first appearance, this the first hardcover printing of the combined edition.




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