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New York, St. Martin's Press, 1995, hardcover, 49 pp, First Edition, second printing by numberline, Fine in Near Fine dustjacket, Signed by the Author with his distinctive Chicago chop on a bookplate affixed to the front endpaper. Straight, tight and clean with no markings. Dustjacket unclipped bearing original price, slight spine-end and corner touches, in new Brodart sleeve. The well-known playwright and author tells the story of the holiday through a girl and her grandmother as they prepare traditional recipes for a Passover dinner. Illustrated throughout by Michael McCurdy.
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- West of Eden Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Mamet, David
- Book condition
- Used - Fine
- Jacket condition
- Near Fine
- Quantity available
- First Edition, second printing by numberline
- Domestic fiction; Drama; Fiction; General; Passover; Religious fiction; Short stories; Short Stories (single author)
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