Eugene O'Neill. Mourning Becomes Electra. New York: 1931. First edition. Signed by the cast of the first production.

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    Eugene O'Neill. Mourning Becomes Electra. New York: Horace Liveright, 1931. First edition. Signed by the cast of the first production of this trilogy.

    Signed on the half-title by cast members Lee Baker, Mary Arbenz, James Boshell, Philip Foster and thirteen others. Octavo. 256 pages. Publisher's full green cloth, front cover stamped in white and gilt, spine stamped in gilt, dust jacket. Jacket spine sunned, jacket a bit worn with a few small chips missing, some rubbing and soiling to binding, endleaves toned, gutters cracking, gutter facing half-title starting. Overall, fair.

    The first run of this trilogy opened on October 26, 1931 and closed in March 1932, with 150 performances.

    From the John McLaughlin/Book Sail Collection.

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