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PAJ Publications, 1986 - Drama - 147 pages
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The celebrated playwright, director, translator, lyricist, and seven-time Obie Award winner, has been an influential voice in American theatre for more than four decades and a highly-regarded teacher of playwriting. Includes: Mud, The Danube, Sarita, and The Conduct of Life.

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Review: Plays: Maria Irene Fornes

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

I enjoyed these plays as a whole, in much the same way that I enjoy the works of other modernist playwrites. Their griity, surreal, and complex structures cause me to think a lot about their themes- here: interpersonal violence, the roles of women, and personal failures. Read full review

Review: Plays: Maria Irene Fornes

User Review  - Liss - Goodreads

Plays in volume (& my review): Mud: too much swearing & other vulgarity for my taste The Danube: The Conduct of Life: ***** Heart-rending. Horrific. Ironically the happiest (& most sane) individual is ... Read full review

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