Edmond: a play

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Grove Press, Mar 1, 1983 - Drama - 106 pages
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Dissatisfied with his life, Edmond leaves his wife and wanders through New York City in search of excitement

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User Review  - payam-tommy - LibraryThing

i'm a Mamet fan myself, but this one make me feel bad maybe it was because of ending. it scared out of me. adopted dialogues from Hamlet was good,though "There is a destiny that shapes our ends...rough-hew them how we may." Read full review


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David Mamet is the award-winning author of numerous plays including Oleanna, Glengarry Glen Ross, American Buffalo, and Speed-The-Plow, screenplays for such films as The Verdict, The Untouchables, and Wag The Dog, and the novels The Village, The Old Religion and Wilson.

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