Great Expectations

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Oberon Books, 2007 - Drama - 90 pages
Using only Dickens' extraordinary words and a cast of eight actors, Neil Bartlett has created a powerful stage version of this much-loved story. From its opening image of Pip, alone on the windswept marshes, to the haunted darkness of Miss Havisham's cobweb-strewn lair, Bartlett's inventive and atmospheric adaptation brings to thrilling theatrical life this classic exploration of childhood terrors and hopes - and adult dreams and regrets.

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\Charles Dickens is one of the greatest and most widely read of novelists writing in English. "Great Expectations" is only one of some fifteen novels, all of whose titles are common currency and all of which have been repeatedly dramatized for stage, screen and radio.

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