Running Up a Dress: A Mother and Daughter Dialogue

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McPhee Gribble Publishers, 1988 - Australian drama - 69 pages
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A clever and throughouly modern take on the bonds that exist between mother and daughter and the paternal instincts that ensue. This play, by Susanne Spunner, links aspects of sewing and motherhood in a captivating manner. As a high school drama student, this play has been excellent for our entire class, with it's possesing an excellent script and concept suitable for two or more actors. 


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