The Princess Marries the Page. A Play in One Act... Decorations By J. Paget-Fredericks.

The Princess Marries the Page. A Play in One Act... Decorations By J. Paget-Fredericks.
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New York and London: Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1932. 8vo., xii, [1], [51], [1 colophon] pp., title-page printed in black and golden-brown, color frontis and three b&w plates, and two pages of musical composition. Original quarter yellow cloth and green paper boards, lettering in gilt to backstrip, original pictorial dust-jacket. Jacket has some small chips at the edges and one at the upper joint, otherwise a near fine copy in a good jacket. Slipped in are some newspaper clippings about the present book. First edition. A fairy-tale play, written during Millay’s college years, first debuted at Vassar College, where the author played the role of the princess. (Item Id: 108692)

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