Woman and Scarecrow

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Dramatists Play Service, Inc., 2010 - Drama - 51 pages
"In Woman and Sacrecrow the title characters, 'in exile from the best of themselves', trade litanies of recriminations as they mourn their capacity to love." "This deathbed drama pitches old friends and battle-weary foes against each other in a sustained howl against 'the first law. This world's job is to take everything from you. Yours is not to let it'. It hinges on Woman's last request, to return west where she might find 'some kind of miracle', that moment of grace in which 'anything can happen'." --Book Jacket.
 

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Marina Carr was born in 1964, brought up in County Offaly, and graduated from University College Dublin in 1987 with a degree in English and Philosophy. She has been Writer-in-Residence at the Abbey and is a member of Aosdana. She is Writer-in-Residence at Trinity College Dublin.

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