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The Contemporary monologue, women

Author: Michael Earley; Philippa Keil
Publisher: London : Methuen Drama, 1995.
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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Earley; Philippa Keil
ISBN: 0878300600 9780878300600 0413681106 9780413681102 0413681203 9780413681201
OCLC Number: 36666476
Notes: "Play sources" (p. 127-128).
Description: 131 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: After Easter / Anne Devlin --
Angels in America / Tony Kushner --
Assassins / Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman --
Belfry / Billy Roche --
Brontëburgers / Victoria Wood --
Burn this / Lanford Wilson --
Can't stand up for falling down / Richard Cameron --
Cigarettes and chocolate / Anthony Minghella --
The conquest of the South Pole / Manfred Karge --
Death and the maiden / Ariel Dorfman --
Decadence / Steven Berkoff --
Digging for fire / Declan Hughes --
Etta Jenks / Marlane Meyer --
The fastest clock in the universe / Philip Ridley --
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune / Terrence McNally --
Giving notes / Victoria Wood --
Her aching heart / Bryony Lavery --
Here / Michael Frayn --
Hush / April de Angelis --
The last yankee / Arthur Miller --
Laughing wild / Christopher Durang --
Lettice and lovage / Peter Shaffer --
The love space demands / Ntozake Shange --
Low level panic / Clare McIntyre --
The madness of Esme and Shaz / Sarah Daniels --
Man to man / Manfred Karge --
Molly Sweeney / Brian Friel --
Moonlight / Harold Pinter --
My mother said I never should / Charlotte Keatley --
Oleanna / David Mamet --
The pitchfork Disney / Philip Ridley --
The ride down Mount Morgan / Arthur Miller --
The rise and fall of little voice / Jim Cartwright --
Serious money / Caryl Churchill --
Shades / Sharman Macdonald --
The sisters of Rosensweig / Wendy Wasserstein --
Six degrees of separation / John Guare --
Some Americans abroad / Richard Nelson --
Talking heads / Alan Bennett --
Talking in tongues / Winsome Pinnock --
Ten tiny fingers, nine tiny toes / Sue Townsend --
Three birds alighting on a field / Timberlake Wertenbaker --
Three hotels / Jon Robin Baitz --
To / Jim Cartwright --
The woman destroyed / Simone de Beauvoir --
The woman who cooked he husband / Debbie Isitt --
Woman laughing / Michael Wall --
Your home in the west / Rod Wooden.
Responsibility: edited with notes and commentaries by Michael Earley & Philippa Keil.
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