The Alchemist

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Methuen, 1987 - Alchemists - 229 pages
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A wench is a rare bait, with which a man No sooner's taken, but he straight firks mad. Funny that firk, it means many things: to both expel and to fuck as well as become or carry. I felt only the ... Read full review

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This was an underwhelming play. While it started well, the play did not continue in that fashion. For the amount of effort that is required to read a play that is this old, I do not think it is worth the effort for most readers-- just my opinion. Read full review

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Acknowledgements
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THE ALCHEMIST
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Critical commentary
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