Saturday, Sunday, Monday: a play in three acts

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Heinemann Educational, 1974 - Drama - 87 pages

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Eduardo, as he came to be known, started his acting career on the Neapolitan stage at age six. After he and his brother and sister formed their own theater company in the late 1920s, he established himself as Italy's leading comic actor. Before long he was also its best dialect playwright and, after Luigi Pirandello and Ugo Betti, its best dramatic writer. His well-known plays, most of which were made into successful films, include Filumena, Marturano, and Saturday, Sunday, Monday.

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