Honey and Brine

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Erasmus Books, 2003 - Drama - 135 pages
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Honey and Brine by Barbara Hade Kaplan offers one, two and three act plays in the form of exquisite poetry. Memorable pieces like, "Plato, You're a Knuckle Head!" knocks the reader off his keister. Anyone think that poetry is a dead art? Try this one out. It's a tale told full of the sound and fury of the twentieth century: its wars, its men, its women. It's how we lived and how we died. It's how we hated. And it's how we loved.

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Contents

Tomorrows Child
10
At My Age
23
At Eighty
25
A Special Dedication
33
Portrait 7 Sara and Jacob
39
This Too Was a Supper
45
My Athens
51
Borobodur
52
Forever Winter
83
If
91
Old Friends
97
There Is No Forgetting
103
El Greco The Unknown Man
104
Dilemma
110
Narcissus
116
A Selkie Speaks
123

The City
59
Push and Pull
67
Aerialists All
73
Memories
77
Homecoming
129
Once
135
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