The Captain's Tiger: A Memoir for the Stage
In the latest of his post-apartheid plays - The Captain's Tiger: A Memoir for the Stage - Athol Fugard sets out as a young seafarer and writer to begin The Great Novel - the exciting tales of his mother, a young Afrikaner, and her escape from small-town life. But what he discovers on his travels is that the secret to great writing comes from the desperate need to tell the truth, and in turn he finds his voice as an author.
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Africa already andika Athol Fugard AUTHOR Betty Le Roux big brother can't cigarette closed Colombo comes course dance don't Donkey Donkeyman dream dress drift Elizabeth eyes feel finger floor front girl give go back goes going Graigaur hand happen happy hatch head Holding imagination inside It's Japan knew Lala Salama laugh leave letter light listening looking manuscript mean mother never night Okay once Pause piano playing plenty Port proud pulled remember sake Sawa SCENE seconds settle ship side sister stands start starts stood stop story takes talk tell That's there's thing thought TIGER Tiger write turn understand wait watching what's woman write wrong You're young