Lucie Plays: 1: Progress , Fashion , Grace , Gaucho

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 8, 1998 - Drama - 368 pages

This collection includes four of the best plays from one of the leading playwrights of the 80s

Progress: 'A small, anguished, hilarious masterpiece' Evening Standard; Fashion: 'One of the best plays of the 1980s - a rancid, state-of-the-nation account of a corrupt advertising supremo pitching for the Tory account in the run-up to a general election' Daily Telegraph; Grace: 'This is a clear, strong, thoughtful and tough play, full of cruel humour and an entirely unpatronising sense of moral judgement' (Sunday Times); Gaucho: 'Savagely entertaining . . .Lucie's dialogue is smooth and insinuatingly funny' (Evening Standard)

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