Salome by Oscar Wilde
Salome is a classic tragedy by Oscar Wilde. He originally wrote the play in French and this copy has been translated by the author. This copy is in a very presentable condition and appear ex library. The play recounts in on act the Biblical story of Salome, the step daughter of Herod, who requests the head of John the Baptist to be presented on a silver platter as a reward for dancing the Dance of the Seven Veils.
Original, brown cloth boards with a yellow library sticker on the cover. Gilt lettering on the spine. Bumped edges of the book and worn corners. There is a small hole on the front cover. Number printed on the front free page. Clean and lightly browned contents. 66 printed pages. 5 x 6″
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