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Two Plays by Edward Albee - The American Dream & The Zoo Story

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Two Plays by Edward Albee - The American Dream & The Zoo Story

4.50

From the back cover…

A major American playwright — Edward Albee — author of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, wins deafening bravos for:

“The American Dream”: A startling comedy of middle-class mores and murder . . . “Unique . . . brilliant . . . a comic nightmare, fantasy of the highest order” —The New Yorker . . . “It is packed with untamed imagination, wild humor . . . sheer creative talent” —N.Y. Post

and

“The Zoo Story”: A harrowing portrait of a young man alienated from the human race . . . “Excellent” —N.Y. Times . . . “The finest play, written by an American, that can be seen for love or money” —The Villager

Published by Signet (1963). An aging copy with moderate yellowing, but intact. Includes a receipt from perhaps the original purchase, 1983 at Cody’s Books, Berkeley.

128-page paperback book.

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From the back cover…

A major American playwright — Edward Albee — author of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”, wins deafening bravos for:

“The American Dream”: A startling comedy of middle-class mores and murder . . . “Unique . . . brilliant . . . a comic nightmare, fantasy of the highest order” —The New Yorker . . . “It is packed with untamed imagination, wild humor . . . sheer creative talent” —N.Y. Post

and

“The Zoo Story”: A harrowing portrait of a young man alienated from the human race . . . “Excellent” —N.Y. Times . . . “The finest play, written by an American, that can be seen for love or money” —The Villager

Published by Signet (1963). An aging copy with moderate yellowing, but intact. Includes a receipt from perhaps the original purchase, 1983 at Cody’s Books, Berkeley.

128-page paperback book.