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9780714504186 - Samuel Beckett, Translator: S. Beckett, Translator: R. Seaver: No's Knife (Calderbooks)
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Samuel Beckett, Translator: S. Beckett, Translator: R. Seaver (?):

No's Knife (Calderbooks) (1975) (?)

ISBN: 9780714504186 (?) or 0714504181, in french, 168 pages, Calder Publications Ltd, Paperback, Used

GHS 90 ($ 540.00)¹ + Shipping: GHS 1 ($ 3.99)¹ = GHS 90 ($ 543.99)¹(without obligation)
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From Seller/Antiquarian, Serendipity UnLtd
paperback, Ausgabe: New edition, Label: Calder Publications Ltd, Calder Publications Ltd, Produktgruppe: Book, Publiziert: 1975-07-31, Studio: Calder Publications Ltd, Verkaufsrang: 6293090
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-7145-0418-1, 978-0-7145-0418-6
9780714504186 - Samuel Beckett: NO'S KNIFE: Collected Shorter Prose 1945-1966
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Samuel Beckett (?):

NO'S KNIFE: Collected Shorter Prose 1945-1966 (1975) (?)

ISBN: 9780714504186 (?) or 0714504181, in english, Calder and Boyars, 18 Brewer Street, London W1, Paperback, Used

GHS 4 ( 23.00)¹ + Shipping: GHS 1 ( 8.37)¹ = GHS 6 ( 31.37)¹(without obligation)
From Seller/Antiquarian, Orlando Booksellers [352675], Lincoln, United Kingdom
Second edition of the first UK edition, originally published in hardcover in 1967. With a one-page preface to the second edition by the publishers to the fore. ***Near fine in tan and black printed wrappers. Edges of wrappers slightly rubbed. Small light crease to top corner of front wrapper. Brown title to spine slightly faded. Pages clean. No inscriptions. No reading creases to spine. Spine tight. Rear wrapper very slightly discoloured and rubbed (being white background). Front wrapper bright. 214 mm x 136 mm. 168 pages. ***'This volume contains Samuel Beckett's post-war shorter writings up to 1966: the three novellas and thirteen Texts for Nothing that were written in French between 1945 and 1950 when Waiting for Godot and the Trilogy were also written; From an Abandoned Work, which was written in English; and three later texts. ***The three stories published as Residua are what the author preserved from longer texts. All three were originally written in French and have been translated by the author. The title of this volume is taken form the last of the Texts for Nothing.' (Quote from rear wrapper blurb) ***A nice copy of the second edition of Samuel Beckett's 'No's Knife. An uncommon title. ***For all our books, postage is charged at cost, allowing for packaging: any shipping rates indicated on ABE are an average only: we will reduce the P & P charge where appropriate - please contact us for postal rates for heavier books and sets etc. Books
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Händlerbewertung: 5, NOT NEW BOOK, Near Fine
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-7145-0418-1, 978-0-7145-0418-6
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