Bride Of The Lamb. William HURLBUT.

Bride Of The Lamb. New York: Boni and Liveright. 1926.

First Edition. Illustrated with photographic scenes from the play starring Alice Brady which opened at the Greenwich Village Theatre. Drama that is "thoroughly American". The story is set in a small rural community "during the progress of one of the religious revivals so "characteristic of our countryside." The focus is on a young woman who becomes an Evangelist hostess and enters into a love affair with the revivalist that leads to a path of adultery, murder, and madness. Not found in Hubin. Hurlbut co-screen wrote Bride of Frankenstein (1935). Near Fine in Very Good plus dustjacket with mild fading to spine, shallow chipping to spine ends, and wear to top edges.

Price: $125.00

See all items in Plays, Religious Theme
See all items by