THEATRE. 2 Vols.

Ionesco, Eugene

Published by Paris: Gallimard c. 1954, 1958., 1958
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Title: THEATRE. 2 Vols.

Publisher: Paris: Gallimard c. 1954, 1958.

Publication Date: 1958

Binding: Hardcover

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G-VG, unmarked 4 1/2" x 7 1/4" Paperback set. 333; 252 pp. [Vol. I: La Cantatrice Chauve; La Lecon; Jacques ou la Soumission; Les Chaises; Victimes du Devoir; Amedee ou comment s'n Debarraser. Vol. II. L'Impromptu de L'alma; Tueur sans Gages; Le Nouveau Locataire; L'Avenir est dans les Oeufs; Le Maitre; La Jeune Fille a Marier.]. Bookseller Inventory # 031410

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