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    Tennessee Williams. Group of Three First Editions. New York: [various publishers, 1947-1975]. One is a signed, limited edition, another is a presentation copy. Tennessee Williams. A Streetcar Named Desire. New York: New Directions, [1947]. First edition. Octavo. 171 pages. Publisher's printed paper boards, dust jacket. Spine of binding toned, bumped, and edgeworn. Boards toned, bumped, rubbed. Endleaves toned, foxed, offset, text a bit toned. Jacket spine sunned chipped and worn. Jacket panels toned, edgeworn, chipped, sunned, with some creased tears. A few pencil markings on jacket panels. Fair.

    [Together with:] Tennessee Williams. In the Winter of Cities. New York: New Directions, [1956]. First edition, one of 100 copies signed by Williams (#61). Octavo. 117 pages. Publisher's parchment boards, spine lettered in gilt. Spine toned, binding foxed, mild rubbing to binding. Endleaves and edge of text block somewhat foxed, bookseller's ticket on rear pastedown. Housed in publisher's slipcase, with printed paper label (toned, soiled, foxed, rubbed). Very good.

    [And:] Tennessee Williams. Moise and the World of Reason. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1975]. First edition, presentation copy, inscribed by Williams on the half title: "To Irene Morgan/Tennessee Williams". Octavo. 190 pages. Publisher's full black cloth, spine stamped in silver and turquoise, dust jacket. Some rubbing, soiling to cloth spine and boards, some foxing to endleaves and edge of text block. Jacket spine somewhat sunned and rubbed, some rubbing, toning, soiling, mild edgewear, creasing to jacket panels and flaps. Very good.

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