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Inoculations: Four plays by  Darren O'Donnell - Paperback - 2001 - from Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA and

Inoculations: Four plays

by O'Donnell, Darren

Condition: Near Fine

Toronto, Ontario.: Coach House Press.. Near Fine. 2001. Softcover. 1552450716 . 8vo - 20.5 x 14 cm.; 243 - (5) pp. The four plays are "White Mice", "Who Shot Jacques Lacan?", "Radio Rooster Says That's Bad", and "Over". This is the second edition. Illustrated with 4 black and white photographs from actual productions. Printed on a laid paper. The fore corners of the covers show some very mild wear, otherwise fine. .


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