[Poster:] A pleasant and conceited comedy, called LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.

(Shakespeare.) (Oxford.)

[Poster:] A pleasant and conceited comedy, called LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST.

Written by William Shakespeare, presented by the Trinity Players [...]

Description: single large sheet printed on both sides, some illustrations, a light pencil mark, some very faint spots, pp. [2], 40 x 33 cm approx. a short closed tear to margin, some creasing, good condition

Publication Details: [1958]

Notes: An interesting piece of ephemera from the sizeable collection of film-maker Jonathan Gili, his ownership inscription dated 14th June 1958 - he was then at the Dragon School, Oxford (the school is among those thanked, 'for facilities to build seating'). Nevill Coghill and Lord David Cecil are thanked for having 'lent advice'. The verso includes, amongst advertisements that offer a snapshot of various largely bygone traders and eateries (some of whom make some punning reference to the play), a Glossary, a short summary of the play's history, and some detail of the music in this performance. Give...more

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Price: £40

Subject: Modern First Edition

Published Date: [1958]

Stock Number: 64562

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