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Must You Go? : My Life with Harold Pinter [Signed First Edition Plus Advanced Reading Copy] by  Antonia Fraser - Signed First Edition - 2010 - from cc Media, Inc. and

Must You Go? : My Life with Harold Pinter [Signed First Edition Plus Advanced Reading Copy]

by Fraser, Antonia

Condition: Very Good/4

New York: Nan A. Talese, 2010 Book. 4. Hardcover. First edition. Stated First United States Edition. Very good in very good dust jacket. Signed by author. Small mark on cover and some shelf wear. DJ in protective Mylar cover. 328 p. Contains: Illustrations. Inscribed by author on title page with references to two Pinter plays: "To Peter, with best wishes and in memory of A Kind of Alaska/The Collection, which we share! Antonia Fraser, Feast of All Souls [November 2], 2010" "A Kind of Alaska" was a one-act play written in 1982 by Pinter (1930 2008), the 2005 Nobel Laureate in Literature. The Collection was a play written by Pinter in 1961. The inscription may be to Sir Peter Hall (born 1930), who directed A Kind of Alaska at the National Theatre (Cottesloe), London, in October 1982 with Judi Dench, Paul Rogers, & Anna Massey and co-directed The Collection for the Royal Shakespeare Company, London, which premiered on June 18, 1962. Lot also includes a copy of the softcover Advanced Reading Copy of the book in VG condition but for coffee ring on verso.

ANTONIA FRASER is the author of many internation­ally bestselling historical works, including Love and Louis XIV , Marie Antoinette , which was made into a film by Sofia Coppola, The Wives of Henry VIII , Mary Queen of Scots , and Faith and Treason: The Story of the Gunpowder Plot . She has received the Wolfson Prize for History, the 2000 Norton Medlicott Medal of Britain’s Historical Association, and the Franco-British Society’s Enid McLeod Literary Prize.


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