Two Plays by Edward Albee: The American Dream and The Zoo Story

$ 8.00

Edward Albee, 'Two Plays by Edward Albee:  The American Dream and The Zoo Story,' a Signet Book published by The New American Library, 1961, ninth printing. 

Two Plays by Edward Albee:  The American Dream and The Zoo Story is a 127 page paperback measuring 7" x 4 1/8".  The back cover has some faint creases.  Inside, the spine is brittle but no pages are coming apart.  The inside pages are tanning but unmarked.  The condition is good. 

Book Summary

An electrifying new playwright Edward Albee, author of the Broadway hit 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 


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