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THE LOTTERY: A Play in One Act

by (Jackson, Shirley) Adapted by Brainerd Duffield

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We accept checks in U.S. dollars, PayPal, and all major credit cards. PLEASE NOTE: All books labeled “first edition” are first printings of the first published edition. All books labeled “first U.S. edition” are first printings in the U.S. and were preceded by the “true” first edition which may have been published in England, Canada, etc. We describe condition in as much detail as reasonable. “Fine in dust jacket” means both the book and dust jacket are fine; any faults with the book and/or dust jacket are noted.

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Chicago: The Dramatic Publishing Company, (1953). First edition thus, one-act play based on the Shirley Jackson story of the same name. Near fine in stapled paperwraps. BASED ON JACKSON’S STORY …