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Fri Mar 21 17:03:32 2014 UTClccn-n800370300.20Get Carter0.420.73File on Osborne /100954367John_Osbornen 80037030254116419154Osborne, JohnOsborne, John J. 1929-1994Osborne, John James.Osborne, John James, 1929-Osborne, John James, 1929-1994Usburn, Jūn, 1929-1994Осборн, Джон, 1929-1994جون أوزبورن، 1929-1994オズボーン, Jオズボーン, ジョンlccn-n79089628Luther, Martin1483-1546lccn-n93075300Richardson, Tony1928-1991proprfflmdrtedtlccn-no2001015246Woodfall Film Productionslccn-n92004039Finney, Albert1936-prfactlccn-n88226417Griffith, Hugh1912-1980prfactlccn-n50017554Evans, EdithDame1888-1976actlccn-n86143621Greenwood, Joan1921-actlccn-n50011732Trussler, Simonlccn-no2003054178Creighton, Anthony1929-lccn-no98037755MGM Home Entertainment IncOsborne, John1929-1994DramaBiographyFilm adaptationsCriticism, interpretation, etcTelevision programsHistoryTelevision adaptationsTelevision playsFictionFilm and video adaptationsOsborne, John,English dramaDramatists, EnglishLuther, Martin,EnglandManners and customsFoundlingsReformationMarried peopleConduct of lifeDramaYoung menIdentity (Psychology)GermanyDrama--TechniqueFielding, Henry,Man-woman relationshipsGreat BritainMusic-hallsComediansUnited StatesRevengeRedl, Alfred,Orton, JoeWomen--Social conditionsGay spiesAustriaHusband and wifeFamiliesRome (Empire)Shakespeare, William,Coriolanus (Shakespeare, William)Coriolanus, Cnaeus MarciusTelevision playsAppearance (Philosophy)PortraitsAnger in literatureAlienation (Social psychology) in literatureArden, JohnPinter, Harold,Washington (State)--SeattleIbsen, Henrik,Film adaptationsGangstersYouthNorwegian dramaLewis, Ted,Food in motion picturesSex in motion picturesEngland--Midlands192919941948195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014419045051976822.914PR6065.S18ocn025454588ocn018408701ocn042739354ocn053984032ocn494583020ocn045852269ocn046980064ocn044916648ocn870277270ocn857543343ocn676382749ocn857344099ocn691211918ocn138680219ocn029329187ocn421752633ocn762989004ocn691405716ocn469332146ocn801163226ocn780726493ocn822813729ocn694024992ocn766099973ocn839978664ocn451905401ocn439111422ocn440670549ocn800834818ocn781408169ocn417153338ocn676637295ocn742962553ocn692034765ocn185374554ocn859447289ocn691964710ocn691963690ocn692016969ocn781152924ocn421815597ocn840076360ocn762989004ocn494190740ocn694088053247453ocn000366814book19610.33Osborne, JohnLuther : a playDramaA portrait of the passionate priest, the rebel who challenged and changed the spiritual world of his time+-+40082770953242381101ocn000225888book19560.32Osborne, JohnLook back in anger, a play in three actsDramaOsborne's play set the pattern for the "angry young man" anti-hero, alienated from himself and from society194670ocn000366924book19550.37Osborne, JohnInadmissible evidence; a playWilliam Maitland is a 39-year-old London solicitor who has gazed into the broken mirror of his life and gleaned the terrifying knowledge that he is irredeemably mediocre. This anti-hero sits in a prisoner's dock watching his life pass like a funeral cortege1917136ocn000366957book19570.35Osborne, JohnThe entertainer, a playDrama+-+8218156205324173639ocn047234188visu19630.24Richardson, TonyTom JonesHistoryDramaFilm adaptationsLusty tale set in 18th century England. Birthed by a local woman but raised by the village squire, Tom Jones grows up to be a handsome young man with a way with women. He loves the daughter of a neighboring landowner, and falls into many adventures in pursuit of her, including duels, bedroom romps and prison!122987ocn008495187book19560.28Osborne, JohnLook back in angerCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaJimmy Porter plays trumpet badly. He browbeats his flatmate, terrorizes his wife, and is not above sleeping with her best friend-who loathes Jimmy almost as much as he loathes himself. Yet this working-class Hamlet, the original Angry Young Man, is one of the most mesmerizing characters ever to burst onto a stage, a malevolently vital, volcanically articulate internal exile in the dreary, dreaming Siberia of postwar England. First produced in 1956, Look Back in Anger launched a revolution in the English theater. Savagely, sadly, and always impolitely, it compels readers and audiences to acknowledge the hidden currents of rottenness and rage in what used to be called "the good life."+-+8026395965115215ocn001280471book19630.53Osborne, JohnPlays for England: The blood of the Bambergs [and] Under plain cover. The world of Paul Slickey97626ocn000363337book19580.53Osborne, JohnEpitaph for George Dillon, a play in three actsThis is an early John Osborne play, one of two plays that he wrote in collaboration with Anthony Creighton. In this play, George Dillon is a dedicated but jobless actor, an ambitious and serious playwright. But as the months go by and no parts are offered, his manuscripts returned, his life becomes a nightmare of anonymity, petty debt, and enforced idleness. When he goes to live with the Elliot family, the nightmare changes but does not lift. Eventually, George Dillon forges his "success". Yet, his epitaph is a judgment on all of us: "He never allowed himself one day of peace. He made no one happy. He loved no one successfully. And, in the end, it doesn't really matter."7022ocn000631864book19730.35Osborne, JohnWest of Suez. A patriot for me. Time present. The hotel in AmsterdamSelected dramatic works reveal the modern playwright's concern about human nature, oppression, and weakness69855ocn048669866visu19580.27Osborne, JohnLook back in angerHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision programsJimmy Porter is a university graduate who rejects middle class dreams and operates a candy stall in a local flea market. His wife, Allison, endures his anger and frustration because of his intense love. But when an actress friend of Allison's temporarily moves in with them, Jimmy becomes a twisted figure of bitterness and pain as disillusionment and anger overtake him+-+880293742532463325ocn000988399book19640.63Osborne, JohnTom Jones : a film scriptDrama62433ocn001337338book19560.59Osborne, JohnA patriot for meDrama59721ocn001337242book19610.59Osborne, JohnA subject of scandal and concern, a play for television53433ocn000251411book19710.56Osborne, JohnWest of Suez: a playSet on a Caribbean Island, colonial and emotional empires in deca. The main character of this play, the elderly novelist Wyatt Gillman, resembles a fading Evelyn Waugh who has become a spent force and a prophet opposed to change53419ocn000224018book19680.59Osborne, JohnTime present; [and] The hotel in Amsterdam49433ocn045309233visu19710.20Hodges, MikeGet CarterDramaFilm adaptationsA small-time gangster journeys to Newcastle to investigate and avenge his brother's killing. Once there he finds himself drawn into the local underworld where he encounters the full spectrum of violence and corruption43510ocn001949746book19740.56Osborne, JohnWatch it come downDrama42113ocn156461017visu19800.27Ibsen, HenrikHedda GablerFictionDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision playsPresents Henrik Ibsen's play, Hedda Gabler, the story of a woman's tormented search for self-fulfillment in a world dominated by men+-+623477269632441313ocn000874950book19730.50Osborne, JohnThe picture of Dorian Gray; a moral entertainmentDrama+-+968741820532440512ocn000817038book19730.59Osborne, JohnA place calling itself RomeHistoryDrama118411ocn000070178book19690.50Carter, AlanJohn OsborneBiography8144ocn000028660book19690.50Trussler, SimonThe plays of John Osborne: an assessmentCriticism, interpretation, etc7402ocn000329666book19720.32Hayman, RonaldJohn OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc7332ocn009853801book19840.50Hinchliffe, Arnold PJohn OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc6946ocn007898887book19810.29Osborne, JohnA better class of person : an autobiographyBiography6745ocn070208086book20060.29Heilpern, JohnJohn Osborne : the many lives of the angry young manBiographyBased on intimate journals and letters, a biography of the late dramatist explores his youth, brief journalism career, work in the theater, and his turbulent personal life, and offers a critical analysis of his contributions to twentieth-century theater+-+40685902856624ocn000533556book19730.50Ferrar, HaroldJohn OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc6174ocn000112785book19690.56Trussler, SimonJohn OsborneBiography5945ocn061186644visu19890.27Osborne, JohnLook back in angerHistoryFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision programs"Jimmy Porter, an angry young man with a college education and a dead-end job. Feeling trapped by his circumstances, his squalid post-war flat, and spurred on by self-pity, Porter lashes out against his wife, Allison, his lover, Helena, and his business partner, Cliff. Fierce, funny, and cathartic, John Osborne's classic 'kitchen sink' drama as directed by Academy Award winner Judi Dench is a masterpiece of ensemble acting"--Container+-+87353521255692ocn051856905visu20030.28Osborne, JohnJohn Osborne's LutherDramaFilm adaptationsThe story of Martin Luther and his eventual condemnation of the Catholic Church and incitement of the Protestant reformation4412ocn001009472book19740.66Northouse, CameronJohn Osborne: a reference guideBibliography42410ocn000457517book19670.59Hayman, RonaldJohn OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography4206ocn013332317book19810.33Osborne, JohnA better class of person : an autobiography, 1929-1956BiographyEerste deel van de autobiografie van de Britse toneelschrijver (1929- ) over de periode 1929-1956+-+64481662053243953ocn000079766book19690.59Banham, MartinOsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc3554ocn034321142book19960.70Denison, Patricia DJohn Osborne : a casebookCriticism, interpretation, etcFor British playwright, John Osborne, there are no brave causes; only people who muddle through life, who hurt, and are often hurt in return. This study deals with Osborne's complete oeuvre and critically examines its form and technique; the function of the gaze; its construction of gender; and the relationship between Osborne's life and work. Gilleman has also traced the evolution of Osborne's reception by turning to critical reviews at the beginning of each chapter+-+07992597353243501ocn008587782book19820.66Goldstone, HerbertCoping with vulnerability : the achievement of John OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc33711ocn024846912book19810.39Osborne, JohnAlmost a gentleman : an autobiography : vol. II, 1955-1966Biography+-+50811662053243122ocn002607665book19760.66Anderson, MichaelAnger and detachment : a study of Arden, Osborne, and PinterCriticism, interpretation, etc2812ocn014068807book19850.63Osborne, JohnA better class of person (an extract of autobiography for television) ; and, God rot Tunbridge WellsDrama2794ocn017241983book19880.73Page, MalcolmFile on OsborneCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2519968695324+-+8026395965+-+8026395965Fri Mar 21 15:44:11 EDT 2014batch51261