The Ladies of the Corridor by Dorothy Parker & Arnaud d'Usseau [BCE]

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Hardcover with dust jacket.  Ex-library.  Dust jacket has some discoloration, visible shelf wear and a few sealed tears along edges.  Book itself is in excellent condition; some tanning to pages. 

*This ex-library copy has been custom refurbished.  All library materials have been removed and flyleaf pages have been fixed to inside covers for a much cleaner presentation.  Tiny handwritten code on title page. 

The blackly comic play about the oppressed lives of women in 1950s New York

One of Literature's leading humorists, Dorothy Parker drew from the dark side of her imagination to pen The Ladies of the Corridor, a searing drama about women living on their own in a New York residence hotel. Loosely based on Parker's life, and co-written with famed Hollywood playwright Arnaud d'Usseau, The Ladies of the Corridor exposes the limitations of a woman?s life in a drama teeming with Parker?s signature wit.