A Light Comedy in Three Acts.
London, Ernest Benn, Limited, 1925
Mary Robson (1893-1977) first appeared with Coward in Cosmo Hamilton's comedy "Scandal" at the Strand Theatre; opening on December 7, 1918 and running for 237 performances. Her second appearance with Coward was her starring role in "The Vortex". Her final role with him was as the lead in "The Rat Trap", which opened at the Everyman Theatre on October 18, 1926, and ran for only 12 performances.
First edition; 8vo; inscribed by Coward on front free endpaper, age-toned but clean; publisher's blue cloth, printed paper labels to upper cover and spine (browned, more so to spine), endpapers lightly spotted, mild rubbing to extremities; preserved in a modern quarter blue morocco solander box by Baker Bindery, Alabama; (106), (1) (ads) pp.
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