The Groucho Letters; letters from and to Groucho Marx

Price: 150.00 USD

Simon and Schuster, 1967. Julius Henry "Groucho" Marx was an American comedian, writer, stage, film, radio, and television star. He was known as a master of quick wit and is widely considered one of America's greatest comedian. No personage is too big, no nuance too small, no subject too far out for Groucho's spontaneous, hilarious, and ferocious typewriter. He writes to comics, corporations, children, presidents, and even his daughter's boyfriend. This classic collection of Groucho Marx's correspondence, which was donated to the Library of Congress, at their request, gives the best glimpse into who Groucho Marx was. Simon and Schuster, First Edition, Stated Second Printing, 1967. Near fine, solid, clean, covers and text vibrant, no bumped corners. Dark gray paper over boards, light gray, cloth spine, decorated red color strip on spine, silver lettering. DJ Very good, clean no tears or soiling,slight shejf wear at top and bottom of spine, not clipped, back flap has slight wrinkle at top left. Simon and Schuster, First Edition, Stated Second Printing, 1967. Near fine, solid, clean, covers and text vibrant, no bumped corners.


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