One Man, One Voice: Plays
Mark Jenkins, David Adams
Parthian Books, 2001 - Drama - 219 pages
The best known piece in this collection is Mark Jenkins' Playing Burton, Told through the actor's own words and those of the writers and characters he admired. Envy by Edward Thomas explores cultural identity via a self-delusional character. Marriage
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