The Living Room: A Play in Two Acts The Potting Shed - A Play in Three Acts Yes and No and For Whom the Bell Chimes - Graham Greene 1953 - Heinemann, London - First Edition in English, First Edition Second Printing, Limited Edition Three volumes of Graham Greene’s plays. The Living Room was Graham Greene’s first play, first published in Swedish the preceding year. It was followed five year slater by The Potting Shed.

The last title, one of a limited edition of 750 copies, contains two plays first performed at the Haymarket Studio, Leicester in March 1980.
Yes and No is a slight two-hander between an actor and his director, poking gentl fun at Sir Ralph Richardson and Sir John Gielgud, one of the two character's only lines consisting of either 'Yes' or 'No'. For Whom the Bell Chimes incorporating the corpse of a murdered woman and a transsexual police officer, reveals Greene's admiration for Joe Orton’s black farces.
  The Potting Shed was first printed the same year as the second printing, 1958.

References:l
The Living Room - Wobbe, Graham Greene - A Bibliography and Guide to Research, A29a. Yes and No - Brennan, Graham Greene: Fictions, Faith and Authorship, 137.

Three volumes pp. [10] 67 [3]; [8]76; [2] 92 [4].
Living Room in publisher’s red cloth, spine lettered in gilt, dust jacket price-clipped; Potting Shed in publisher’s dark blue cloth, spine lettered in bordered in gilt, dust jacket priced ‘8s 6d net’ to lower corner of front flap; Yes and No in publisher’s olive-green cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt, pale olive-green endpapers, without dust jacket as published.
  Condition: Yes and No - fine, without dust jacket as issued. Living Room and Potting Shed are near fine, toning to endpapers, light spotting to edges, Living Room in very good price-clipped dust jacket with soiling wear and loss to rear panel, Potting Shed in near fine dust jacket, light spotting to rear panel and flap.   Ref: 110072   Price: HK$ 1,200