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Vzbourení na Jevi ti: Filosofie Drama Skute nost [Rebellion on Stage]

by BARTOŠ, Jan

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Praze: Vydalo Ústredni Studentské Knihkupectví a Nakladatelství, [1925]. First Edition. Paperback. Slim octavo (21.5cm.); publisher's tan pictorial card wrappers printed in blue, illustration signed in image "Remo," French flaps; 59pp. Wear to wrapper extremities with shallow creasing to upper cover fore-edge corners, short splitting to spine foot edges, old pencil scribble to rear cover, else Near Very Good, internally sound. Issued as the third volume of the series "Edice Prazské Saturnalie." The expressionist author's second play, first produced in 1926. OCLC locates two copies in North America as of November, 2018, at the NYPL and the Getty.


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