The Browning Version: A Play in One Act

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S. French, 1949 - Drama - 57 pages
Ill health is forcing Andrew to retire from teaching. His wife despises him for his failures and finds consolation with Frank, a younger teacher. She openly taunts Andrew while Frank watches with disgust and shame. The wife knows she has lost Frank - but even more bitter is the realization he's now Andrew's best friend.

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Terence Rattigan (1911 1977) hit the jackpot at the age of twenty-five with "French without Tears" and followed this success with, among others, "After the Dance", "The Browning Version", "The Deep Blue Sea", "Separate Tables", and "The Winslow Boy".

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