London: Sidgwick & Jackson Ltd., . Gilt mustard-brown cloth. Photographs. Very good or better in spine tanned dust jacket with tiny inner mend at edge. First edition. The official and essential history to its date, including cast lists, lists of plays in Gaelic and those noted as "experimental," etc.
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Hurst, Berks: The Peacocks Press, 1955. Large octavo. Cloth. First edition, ordinary issue. One of 350 copies on Barcham Green Medway paper, from a total edition of 360 copies. Fine in lightly frayed glassine dust jacket.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1931. Pictorial boards. British bookseller's blind stamp on free endsheet, foxing at edges, otherwise a good copy, without dust jacket. First edition. Published as #10 of the Dolphin Books. McGreevy, then lecturer in English literature at l'Ecole Normal Supérieure and intimately involved in the defense of...
New York: George Braziller, . Small quarto. Boards. Photographs by Mike Bunn. Biographies. First US edition. Former owner's name & date and sticker residue on front free endsheet, front inner hinge shaken and creased, upper foretip bumped, but a good reading copy in dust jacket with a v-shaped loss on...
New York: Franklin Watts, . Large octavo. Decorated cloth. Decorations by Ann O'Clery. Obtrusive ownership inscription on free endsheet, otherwise a good in chipped and rubbed dust jacket. First edition. A collection of writing about Ireland, mostly by the Irish themselves, including Samuel Beckett, Padraic Colum, Lady Gregory, James Joyce...
Zürich: Diogenes Verlag, , 407, Small octavo. Cloth. First edition, Near fine in very good pictorial dust jacket, With a prospectus of for the German edition of Ellmann's JAMES JOYCE laid in.
London: Heinemann, . Gilt cloth. Scattered foxing, cloth rather rubbed and worn. A sound copy. First edition. Inscribed by the author on the front pastedown: "To Col. Stuart With all best wishes to you from the unknown Author J.B. Arbuthnot. Shaw Park May 7, 1934." There is a correction of...
Dublin. 1981 & 1982/3. Whole numbers one and two. Stiff wrappers. Illustrations. Sticker shadow on first wrapper, handsome literary bookplate in second number, very good or better. Edited by Maurice Scully. Coffey, Cronin, Enright, Ewart, Milne, Barker, et al.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, . Cloth. First edition, American issue, printed in Britain. Very good in dust jacket.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, [September 1960]. Small octavo. Printed wrappers. About fine, unopened. First edition, trade issue, after 17 copies on alfama, including Beckett's parallel translation into colloquial Dublin English of Pinget's radio play, prepared for the BBC Third Programme, and broadcast in August 1960, starring Jack MacGowran and Patrick Magee.
Dublin & London: Dolmen Press / Calder & Boyars, . Large octavo. Parchment and boards. Fine in near fine dust jacket (a bit wavy due to jacket protector). First edition in book form, trade issue. Apollinaire's French text appears parallel with Beckett's translation, originally published in TRANSITION 50.
London: Faber and Faber, [ 1957]. Pictorial wrapper over stiff wrappers. First British edition. Wraps lightly sunned, with two small nicks. Very good.
New York: Grove Press, [ 1957]. Cloth. First trade edition, clothbound issue. Nice in lightly edgeworn dust jacket with shallow chip and edge tears at top edge near crown of spine.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, [October 1966]. Square octavo. Printed wrappers. Fine, unopened, in glassine. First edition, limited issue. Copy #70 of 550 numbered copies on vélin cuve BFK rives, in addition to 100 copies hors commerce and 112 for La Librairie des Éditions Minuit.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, [January 1966]. Printed wrappers. About fine in glassine. First edition in French, limited issue. Translated by the author. Copy #43 of 80 numbered copies (plus 7 hors commerce) printed on vélin pur fil Lafuma, in addition to 112 copies on bouffant.
Paris. June-August, 1964. Printed wrappers. First printing of Beckett's own translation into French of "Play." Corner crease and a few stray marks to front wrapper, very good.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, [January 1961]. Printed wrappers. Fine, unopened, in slightly tanned and smudged glassine. First edition, limited issue. Copy #24 of 80 numbered copies (and 7 h.c.) on Alfa Mousse Navarre, in addition to 110 copies reserved for La Librairie des Éditions Minuit.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, . Printed wrappers. First edition, ordinary issue. Pencil name on endsheet, else near fine.
London. June 1963. Large octavo. Pictorial wrappers. Near fine. Pinter and Albee also contribute.
[Paris]: Les Éditions de Minuit, [February 1967]. Small octavo. Printed wrappers. Fine in glassine. First edition in French, translated by Ludovic and Agnès Janvier in collaboration with the author. Copy #95 of 112 numbered copies on vélin cuve BFK rives, reserved for La Librairie des Éditions Minuit, from a total.....
Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag, . 151,pp. 12mo. Printed wrappers. Photographs by Volker Canaris. First printing of this edition. Supplementary essays by various hands. Fine, with publisher's catalogue laid in.
[Frankfurt am Main]: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1963 & 1964. Two volumes. 529,;423,pp. Uniform publisher's charcoal gray linen, silk markers. A couple of marginal finger smudges toward the rear of the first volume, otherwise very good or better, in modestly nicked and chipped dust jackets with some hand soiling to the spines...
New York: Grove Press, . Pictorial wrappers. Profusely illustrated with photographs. First edition of this form of the text and its accompaniments, a paperback original. Near fine.
[Frankfurt am Main]: Suhrkamp Verlag, . Stiff printed wrappers. Photographs. Slight laminate loss in one small spot of wrapper, otherwise fine. First printing of this edition, printing the English texts in parallel with German translations by Erika and Elmar Tophoven, with Beckett's French text of the second work appended.
[Paris:]: Les Éditions de Minuit, . Square octavo. Printed wrappers. Offset from publisher's numbered slip, otherwise near fine, unopened, in glassine. First edition in French, translated by the author. Copy #37 of 200 numbered copies, from a limited issue of 342 copies printed on vélin d'Arches.