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All That Fall and other radio plays

Manuscripts | Publications | Productions | Reviews

 

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First edition in English of All That Fall (New York: Grove Press, 1957). One of a specially bound edition limited to 100 copies.

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First edition in English, regular issue, of All That Fall (New York: Grove Press, 1957). Inscribed by Beckett to Jake Schwartz.

 

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Proof copy of first English edition of All That Fall (London: Faber and Faber, 1957). Inscribed by Beckett in 1969 to John and Evelyn Kobler.

There are a few minor stylistic differences in the mise en pages between the proof and the printed edition. The subtitle for the printed edition is more specific—“A Play for Radio.”

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First English edition of All That Fall (London: Faber and Faber, 1957). Inscribed by Beckett to Jake Schwartz.

 

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First appearance in French of “Tous ceux qui tombent (Texte Radiophonique)” in Les Lettres Nouvelles, 5e année, No. 47, March 1957. Translation by Robert Pinget.

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First edition of the French translation of Tous ceux qui tombent. Pièce radiophonique (Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1957). One of 80 numbered copies on pur fil Marais. Inscribed by Beckett in 1967 to John and Evelyn Kobler.

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First French edition, regular issue, of Tous ceux qui tombent. Pièce radiophonique (Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1957). One of 80 numbered copies on pur fil Marais. Inscribed by Beckett to Jake Schwartz.