This play addresses the subject of human cloning. How might a man feel to discover that he is only one in a number of identical copies. And which one of him is the original? The play opens the Royal Court's autumn season, directed by Caryl Churchill's regular collaborator, Stephen Daldry.
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Review: A NumberUser Review - Korie - Goodreads
A number inspires the curiosity within the world of cloning. I certainly found it an odd read, but to analyse this book is very good. Read full review
Review: A NumberUser Review - Tammy Linsell - Goodreads
Have had to read this for my course. I've found it hard going, but then I said that about Hamlet when I first studied it for A level, on the day of my exam it was my best paper! This is fast paced and ... Read full review