The Eagle Has Two Heads.
by COCTEAU, Jean
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LONDON, United Kingdom
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Vision Press, London., 1958. First U.K. edition. Adapted by Ronald Duncan. Octavo. 141 pages. Short Adaptor's Note. Four page Preface by the author. A three act play. Cast lists for the first New York and London productions are given.Gilt lettering on spine oxidised. Near fine in very good, nicked and very slightly chipped dustwrapper darkened at the spine.
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