Margot Mason, a thinly veiled version of Germaine Greer, has writer's block following publication of her groundbreaking polemic, The Cerebral Vagina, when in through the French windows steps one of her ex-students-with a gun. This play frequently says the unsayable and gets away with it under cover of the spiraling comedy.
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Review: HonourUser Review - Carol - Goodreads
I couldn't stop gasping! The audacity of these characters esp Claudia and the fact that the daughter is so submissive to Claud but cruel to her mother. And that in the end it actually IS healthier for Honor to find herself again but the pain! Ugh. Read full review
Review: HonourUser Review - Michael Burge - Goodreads
Fascinating characters pitted against one another in a story about a family which is suddenly attacked by change. Would love to see this onstage one day to understand the transitions better ... plays are meant to be seen not read, after all. Read full review