The Theatre of P.G Wodehouse

By: Jasen, David

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London: B.T. Batsford, 1979. 550 grammes; 120 pages, acknowledgements, introduction by author. Black-and-white photographic frontispiece, showing P. G. Wodehouse at age 21. The text is illustrated with over 100 photographs in black and white and five coloured plates. Some of the illustrations are reproductions of theatre handbills and contemporary programs of the shows that Wodehouse was an integral part of. Purple coloured boards with gilt writing on the spine. Small gilt printers' cartouche to the lower spine edge. Little rubbing to the head and to the heel of the spine and bumping to both the top and bottom book edges. Light dust marks to the paper edges. Book seller's sticker to the lower right-hand corner of the front paste down. Illustrated dustwapper, showing a poster for the first of Wodehouse's works for the theatre -- Sergeant Brue, and on the back of photographs of Gertrude Lawrence. Orange coloured background with blue-and-white writing on the front panel and spine. Small white printers' cartouche to the lower spine edge. A little creasing and rubbing to the top and bottom dustwapper edges. In his life, P.G. Wodehouse was once as famous for his work in the theatre as for his novels. His books, lyrics and adaptations were used in over 50 Broadway and London shows. In this book this aspect of his life is celebrated. Included are checklists of first Wodehpuse productions in United States and United Kingdom with the dates and cast lists. Digital image available upon request.. First British Edition. Purple Boards. Reasonable/Reasonable. Illus. by Photographic. 4to - up to 12" tall - Quarto. Performing Arts.

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