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The Dream of Peter Mann

£15.00

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SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

'Bernard Kops was born in Stepney in 1926 [...]. He left school at the age of thirteen and home at the age of eighteen. He [...] started writing at the end of the war, publishing poems in several little magazines. [...] In 1956 [he] wrote his first play, The Hamlet of Stepney Green [and] was awarded a bursary by the Arts Council for his work and under this wrote The Dream of Peter Mann. This play was presented at the Edingburg Festival in September 1960.' - the Blurb.

This book was donated to Oxfam by the actor Nicholas Amer. The book is dedicated to Amer's partner Montague Haltrecht. The book is inscribed and signed by the author:'To Monty with a great talent of talent, without loss of prophet, I remain, as ever Bernard August 1960'

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Signed by author
Author(s):
Bernard Kops
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Penguin Books

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About this item

SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR

'Bernard Kops was born in Stepney in 1926 [...]. He left school at the age of thirteen and home at the age of eighteen. He [...] started writing at the end of the war, publishing poems in several little magazines. [...] In 1956 [he] wrote his first play, The Hamlet of Stepney Green [and] was awarded a bursary by the Arts Council for his work and under this wrote The Dream of Peter Mann. This play was presented at the Edingburg Festival in September 1960.' - the Blurb.

This book was donated to Oxfam by the actor Nicholas Amer. The book is dedicated to Amer's partner Montague Haltrecht. The book is inscribed and signed by the author:'To Monty with a great talent of talent, without loss of prophet, I remain, as ever Bernard August 1960'

Added value:
Signed by author
Author(s):
Bernard Kops
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Penguin Books

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