Título: The Murder of Lidice
Editorial: Writers' War Board, NY
Año de publicación: 1942
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: Presumed First Edition.
Undated, mimeographed copy, single-sided, 13 pages of the verse-play commissioned of Millay by the Writer's War Board. The play was broadcast by NBC Radio and, as we can see from a copy of the radio script available on-line, the play was revised (and approved) for broadcast. This copy in all likelihood pre-ceeded the broadcast script for the play in that it is issued by the commissioning organization: in the right upper corner of the title cover page is: "Prepared for the/ Lidice Lives Committee/ Writers' War Board/ 122 East 42 Street/ New York, New York". Upper right corner states "ALL RIGHTS RESERVED" Stapled upper right corner. Soiled and bearing two crease from folding for envleope. Uncommon. N° de ref. de la librería 007422
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