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Vol. One published by Elsevier-Dutton, New York; Vol. Two by Faber, London, 1981, 1991. hardcovers, 6½" x 9½", with dust jackets. Both books have previous owner's bookplate to front endpapers. Volume One has minor jacket wear at top of spine. Volume Two has price-clipped jacket. VERY GOOD books in VERY GOOD dust jackets. NOTE: Whilst these autobiographies are continuous, and both first editions, they are from opposite sides of the Atlantic. Volume One, 'A Better Class of Person', covers Osborne's life up to the production of 'Look Back in Anger', the play that transformed contemporary theatre. Volume Two, 'Almost a Gentleman', covers the period 1955-66, from the foundation of the English Stage Company at the Royal Court Theatre to the death of its first artistic director and Osborne's mentor, George Devine.