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Titre : Les lettres nouvelles Mars 1957 n°47 - "Tous...
Éditeur : Paris: René Julliard
Date d'édition : 1957
Reliure : Soft cover
Etat du livre : Good
p. -480 ; 23 cm; ill. Original wraps are soiled w/ some chipping to extremities. Some loss to tail of spine. 1" closed tear to back cover. Miniscule Bryn Mawr stamp to top left corner of cover along w/ "Maurin no. 2" written in pen (presumably referring to Mario Maurin whose piece on Zola is featured. He was Professor Emeritus of French at Bryn Mawr and his father was Joaquin Martin, social and political activist and co-founder of POUM (Partido Obrero Unificacion Marxista) during the Spanish Civil War. No way to verify whether this was Maurin's copy). Pages are browned, otherwise unblemished. Beckett first wrote this one-act radio play at the suggestion of the BBC in 1956. It was produced in January of 1957 and was quickly followed by English (Faber & Faber) and American (Grove Press) editions. The play was first translated into French by Roger Pinget as "Tous ceux qui tombent" and published in "The New Letters." It's hard to believe that the Grove or Faber editions preceded the French one. N° de réf. du libraire 000759
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