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The Night of the Iguana by  Tennessee WILLIAMS - First Edition - 1962 - from abookshop and Biblio.co.uk

The Night of the Iguana

by WILLIAMS, Tennessee

Condition: Very Good ++/Very Good


NY: New Directions, 1962. Typical staining to top edge of back panel of dust jacket. Previous owner's signature to top of ffep. Overall, a bright, clean copy of the true first edition of this play (with the one glossy scene sketch tipped in opposite the title page). Popularized by the movie with Richard Burton playing the role of Reverend Shannon. 128 pp. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good ++/Very Good.




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