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"WE MUST HAVE MORE BODIES"

THOMAS, Dylan. Doctor and the Devils. London, 1953.

First edition of Dylan Thomas' first published screenplay, his vivid and at times darkly comic tale of the infamous Edinburgh body-snatchers, basis for the 1985 film starring Timothy Dalton and Jonathan Pryce. $350.

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"THINK TRICKSTER, THINK CHAMELEON—THAT IS WHAT HE IS"

THOMAS, Dylan. Prospect of the Sea. London, 1955.

First edition of a posthumous collection of 15 prose works by Thomas, chosen by him before his tragic early death, expressing a "genre unique in contemporary fiction," featuring the first appearance in book form of the longer version of How to be a Poet. $300.

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LIMITED FIRST EDITION OF DYLAN THOMAS' NEW YORK, 1977, ONE OF ONLY 500 COPIES PRINTED

VAN NESS SEYMOUR, Tryntje. Dylan Thomas' New York. Salisbury, Connecticut, 1977.

Limited first edition, one of only 500 copies published, of this striking experimental work attempting to look at New York through the eyes of Dylan Thomas, researched, written, photo-illustrated, and designed by artist and photographer Tryntje Van Ness Seymour at the acclaimed Lime Rock Press. $300.

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“COMMONER THAN WATER, CRUELLER THAN TRUTH”

THOMAS, Dylan. Quite Early One Morning. New York, 1954.

First edition of the highly expanded and revised collection of Thomas' radio broadcasts, published in America the year after his death and the month after the shorter English edition, this edition featuring the first printing in book form of the American version of A Child's Christmas in Wales and other works not present in the English edition. $300.

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"A LYRIC POET OF THE FIRST ORDER"

THOMAS, Dylan. Selected Writings. New York, 1946.

First edition of an important collection of prose and poetry by Dylan Thomas, published six years before his tragic death, with over 90 poems, four stories and selections from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog. $200.

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