TOWNSEND PLAYS ONE (Contemporary Dramatists Series) (Vol 1)

TOWNSEND PLAYS ONE (Contemporary Dramatists Series) (Vol 1) by Sue Townsend 0413702502 9780413702500
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A play by one of Britains best-selling writers Bazaar and Rummage brings together a neurotic do-gooder, a trainee social worker and three agoraphobics who have been persuaded to venture out of their homes to run a jumble sale. As a study of agoraphobia, Bazaar and Rummage...;is written with great verve, style and wit. (Benedict Nightingale); Set in an adult literacy class where the students fear of ignorance is as much of a handicap as their inability to read, Groping for Words is a close up of the social scrap-heap, written in a fine vein of comic indignation and giving a voice to people whose lives are mainly spent in queues and waiting rooms. (Irving Wardle, The Times); Womberang shows free spirit Rita Onions bringing joy and anarchy to the grim waiting-room of a gynaecology clinic. A daydream of mastered fear (New Society

Author: Sue Townsend

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 321

Publisher: Heinemann

Publication Date: 1996-08-05

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