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    Arthur Miller. Focus. New York: [1945]. First edition, signed.

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    Arthur Miller. Focus. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, [1945]. First edition. Signed by Miller on the title-page. Octavo. 217 pages. Publisher's full tan cloth, front board lettered in black, spine lettered in black and blue, dust jacket. Some restoration to jacket, jacket spine and rear panel a bit toned, some rubbing and thumbsoiling to jacket, mild rubbing and soiling to binding. Text a bit toned, some mild soiling to rear endleaves. Very good. The author's first novel (second book published). From the collection of Donald Kaufmann.



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    March, 2017
    8th Wednesday
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