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Conversations With My Elders: Encounters with Sal Mineo, Luchino Visconti, Cecil Beaton, George Cukor, Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Rock Hudson

by Hadleigh, Boze

Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket


New York: St Martins Press. Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust jacket. 1987. First Edition; First Printing. Hard Cover. 0312001150 . Introduction by Quentin Crisp. Tight binding, clean pages. A hint of light shelf/edge wear to dustjacket, otherwise better than Very Good. No inscriptions. No remainder mark. Not price clipped. Not ex-library. An excellent copy now protected in a new Mylar cover. ; 8vo; 209 pages .


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