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The Sisters' Tragedy and Three Other Plays. Containing:- The Sisters' Tragedy. The Man Born To Be Hanged. A Comedy of Good and Evil. Danger
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The Sisters' Tragedy and Three Other Plays. Containing:- The Sisters' Tragedy. The Man Born To Be Hanged. A Comedy of Good and Evil. Danger

By Hughes, Richard

London: Heinemann Ltd, 1924. Hardback. Very good. Spine lightly rubbed./Very good.A little creased, spine rubbed.. Red cloth boards with white title label to spine and red titles. Beige dust jacket with red titles.

$23.99

The Unknown. A Play in Three Acts
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The Unknown. A Play in Three Acts

By Maugham, W. S.

London: William Heinemann, 1920. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Very Good; Some ink marks to front cover. Bound tightly. Spine creased.. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Original wrappers. ; 168 pages.

$20.57

Loaves And Fishes. A Comedy in Four Acts
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Loaves And Fishes. A Comedy in Four Acts

By Maugham, W. S.

London: William Heinemann, 1924. First Edition; First Printing. Softcover. Very Good; Wrappers creased. Foxing throughout.. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Original cream wrappers. ; The Plays of W. S. Maugham; 191 pages.

$17.14

The Glasgow Stage
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The Glasgow Stage

By Baynham, Walter

Glasgow: Robert Forrester, 1892. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine; Slight rubbing to spine and corners.. 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Green cloth boards with gilt titles to spine. Gilt decoration to upper board. ; 221 pages; 1.

$13.71

Deadly Triplets  A Theatre Mystery and Journal
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Deadly Triplets A Theatre Mystery and Journal

By Kennedy, Adrienne

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1990. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Fine in Fine Dust Wrapper. 0.62 x 8.31 x 5.56 Inches. Lilac cloth boards with white titles to spine. Lilac pictorial dust jacket with black and white titles. Adrienne Kennedy's plays, which have been said to have transformed the landscape of Black American theatre in the past two decades, are highly experimental. Infused with colliding images of torment and tranquility, violence and peace, horror and beauty, her surrealistic dramas open a window into her life. Her characters are a condensed expression of a theatrical mind that aims to integrate autobiographical, political and aesthetic images into a personal narrative. This book is an extension of Kennedy's plays. It consists of two separate, yet linked, entities, The "Theatre Mystery" (fiction) and "Theatre Journal" (non-fiction) exist as mirror images of one another. Each presents layer upon layer of images rather than progressive action to develop their story, an interior monologue that sees the character as author coming to terms with the life of the author as character. ; Emergent Literatures; 124 pages; 1.

$3.43