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Malone Dies

Manuscripts | Publications | Reviews | Audio

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First edition of Malone Meurt (Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1951). One of 47 numbered copies on vélin du Ghaldwell. Inscribed By Beckett in 1966 to John Kobler.

 

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“Malone Dies. From the author’s translation of Malone Meurt” in Irish Writing, No. 34, Spring 1956. Signed by Beckett.

 

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First American edition of Malone Dies (New York: Grove Press, 1956). Inscribed by Beckett to Jake Schwartz.

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First American edition of Malone Dies (New York: Grove Press, 1956). One of the hard-bound limited edition of 500 numbered copies. Signed by Beckett.

 

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First English edition of Malone Dies (London: John Calder, 1958). Inscribed by Beckett in 1972 to Hugo Manning, an English philosophical poet who died in 1977.

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Penguin Books edition of Malone Dies, 1962.

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