Plays by women, Volume 7

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Methuen, 1988 - Drama - 135 pages
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Four British plays deal with a poet and her mother, a family's breakdown in communication, a woman who literally wrestles with her problems, and the interaction of a group of office workers

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User Review  - seldombites - LibraryThing

This is a compilation of four plays, all written by talented women. I wasn't overly fond of Trafford Tanzi or Find Me but Letters Home was quite interesting and Rites was excellent. It is worth reading for that alone. Read full review

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User Review  - Natasha - Goodreads

I needed to read Adult Child/Dead Child by Claire Dowie - the whole play so I can take into account the characters' feelings on the monologue I have learnt. On my First Diploma in Performing Arts we ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
7
Thatchers Women
13
Afterword
49
Copyright

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