All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp. Harold Clurman.
All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp
All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp
All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp
All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp
All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp

All People Are Famous (instead of an autobiography) - inscribed to composer David Diamond and with William Goldman's stamp

New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1974. First printing. Hardcover. Cloth backed boards in dust jacket, very good, inscribed to David Diamond, "musician friend" by Clurman in 1976 and with the estate stamp of William Goldman, "From the Library of William Goldman (1931-2018) jrg." With Diamond's marks and annotations in pen, notes about the text on the rear endpapers and with a laid in change of address card from Clurman. Clurman figures notably in Goldman's "The Season, a Candid Look at Broadway" which Clurman later called “a hatchet job on Broadway,” adding that Goldman “is rude about Clive Barnes and most of the other daily theater critics, is irreverent of Mike Nichols and derisive of a gaggle of other Broadway big shots generally treated with cordiality.” Diamond must have lent Goldman this book and never got it back. Very Good / very good. Item #H18282
ISBN: 0151047758

Price: $150.00

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