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Jean-Louis Barrault: ecrits, repertoire, filmographie et critique, 1935-1989. by Helene, et Gerhard M. Vasco. Preface de Tom Bishop. Volat-Shapiro ISBN 13: 9782256909047

ISBN 10: 2256909042

Paperback; Paris: Lettres Modernes/minard, 1992; ISBN-13: 978-2256909047

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Jean-Louis Barrault: Ecrits, Repertoire, Filmographie et Critique 1935-1989

by Volat-Shapiro, Helene et Gerhard M. Vasco (Preface De Tom Bishop)

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9782256909047
ISBN 10
2256909042
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Paris: Lettres Modernes, 1992. Soft cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Comprehensive bibliography of Jean-Louis Barrault, signed in name only by the first author Helene Volat-Shapiro, on the title page. Light foxing on covers. Bumped on bottom, near upper corners. Bottom cover and last third of the book shows small corner creases. Otherwise a tight and clean copy.
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