Idle and Disorderly Persons, with Correspondence
Seattle, Madrona, 1981. A novel of the antiwar movement and its effect on the lives of the two main characters. Inscribed by the author in the year of publication. Together with two pieces of correspondence from Hazzard to the recipient: an autograph postcard signed and an autograph letter signed, each from 1982. The postcard is of Bath, and is a small travel log, complete with mention of two plays seen enroute, as well as a visit to an agent. The letter, written from back in Massachusetts, thanks her friend for hospitality while in New Haven (where she apparently saw an O'Neill play) and talks of the possibility of a play of hers being done at Yale. The card and letter have been stapled together in one corner and are near fine. The book is near fine in a near fine dust jacket. [#031397] $100
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