HOMICIDE A SCREEN PLAY
XV + 125 PAGES. GROVE WEIDENFELD NUMBERING ON THE COPYRIGHT PAGE IS " 1 3 5 7 9 10 8 6 4 2" INDICATING THIS IS A FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. $9.95 PRICE ON THE REAR COVER. A BLACK STAR DRAWING BY DAVID SULTAN IS ON THE FRONT COVER. DAVID MAMET'S PORTRAYAL OF A JEWISH COP WHO COVERS THE MURDER OF AN OLD JEWISH WOMAN IN A BLACK GHETTO. THE CASE DRAWS THE COP, PORTRAYED BY JOE MONTEGNA, INTO A DARK NETHERWORLD OF ANTI-SEMITISM AND JEWISH TERRORISM. Size: 5 5/16" X 8 3/16". Codice inventario libreria 002868
Titolo: HOMICIDE A SCREEN PLAY
Casa editrice: GROVE WEIDENFELD, NY. NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1992
Legatura: STIFF PAPER ILLUSTRATED WRAPS
Condizione libro: AS NEW CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: NO DUST JACKET AS ISSUED
Edizione: FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING.
Tipologia articolo: SCREENPLAY
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