Don Carlos

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Nick Hern Books, 2005 - Drama - 144 pages
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"Magnificent . . . leaves no doubt that you are watching a classic. . . . In Mike Poulton's fleet and vivid translation . . . the story of a tyrannical King Philip II of Spain and his abused, love-tormented son, Don Carlos, has all the deftly plotted twists and turns of a thriller. You lean forward in your seat, desperate to discover what happens next . . . an absolutely spellbinding production of a masterpiece"--Daily Telegraph

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Mike Poulton has a string of successful translations and adaptations to his name, most notably Turgenev's "Fortune's Fool" (which won a Tony Award) and Schiller's "Don Carlos", which played for several months in the West End earlier in the year.

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