The devil to stage: five plays
Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2007 - Drama - 330 pages
James Bridie was one of the most influential British dramatists of the 20th century. This new collection includes The Sunlight Sonata, A Sleeping Clergyman, Mr Bolfry, and Daphne Laureola, along with what is possibly Bridie's most famous work, The Anatomist: the tale of Dr Knox and his relationship with Edinburgh's notorious bodysnatchers, Burke and Hare.All the plays are accompanied by extensive scholarly notes and a glossary.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Anatomist Anderson BEELZEBUB better BILL BOLFRY BORED WOMAN Bridie's Burke and Hare CAMERON Carmichael CHARITY Charlie COHEN colloquial Conk COUTTS CULLY damned darling dear Devil Dishart Doctor dream drink Edinburgh ELSIE ERNEST Yes Exit funny GEORGE girl Glasgow goes GOOCH GROUNDWATER HAMISH HANNAH HARRIET HELEN Hell Hello HOPE James Bridie Jessie Ann KATHARINE KNOX Knox's LADY G LADY PITTS LADY PITTS Yes LADY WALKER London look LUXURIA ma'am madam MAISIE MARCUS married MARSHALL Mary Belle McCRIMMON mean mind MORAG morning murder never nice night OLD LADY PATERSON PETTIGREW Piaste play PURLEY RABY Robert Knox Scots Scottish Scottish Literature SERGEANT SIR DOUGLAS SIR JOSEPH sorry sort soul SPIV SUPERBIA suppose talk tell thank Theatre There's thing thought Todd Walker told Uncle VINCENT WALTER West Port Murders What's WILHELMINA YOUNG LADY