MASTER PIERRE PATELIN: A FARCE IN THREE ACTS -- A Unique Copy
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121pp PATELIN belongs to a series of farces which had come mysteriously into being as early as 1277, when a little piece called THE BOY AND THE BLIND MAN was performed at Tournay. Most of these farces have been lost, but the hundred and fifty or so that happen to survive show clearly enough what must have been the character and range of all. Published in wraps, this copy was bound in red cloth and presented to the author William Stone Booth to who this work is dedicated. Tipped in the rear are two letters from the author to Stone discussing the work and how the dedication should be written. Also signed and dated by Stone on the front free endpaper. very good, red cloth (hardcover). Bookseller Inventory # 054056
Title: MASTER PIERRE PATELIN: A FARCE IN THREE ACTS...
Publisher: Walter H. Baker & Co., Boston, MA
Publication Date: 1914
Illustrator: B&W illustrations
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
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