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Deep Heat : encounters with the famous, the infamous and the unknown

Author: Robin Soans
Publisher: London : Oberon Books, 2011.
Series: Modern playwrights.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The verbatim monologues in Deep Heat are drawn from conversations Robin Soans has had or overheard, or are edited versions of interviews he has conducted in the course of research for his plays. Subjects range from people who have held high office to those who have blown them up; from those who live in large country houses to others whose home is two blankets and a pile of leaves in the corner of a disused garage.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Soans, Robin.
Deep Heat.
London : Oberon Books, 2011
(DLC) 2010467712
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robin Soans
ISBN: 1849436908 9781849436908
OCLC Number: 904207987
Description: 1 online resource (146 pages).
Contents: Front Cover; Half-Title Page; Copyright; Title Page; Contents; INTRODUCTION; 1 PHILIP; 2 PHYLLIS; 3 EDWINA CURRIE; 4 JONATHAN AITKEN; 5 HALA JABER; 6 VITYA; 7 YA'AKOV; 8 MUHAMAD; 9 RENA; 10 SHARON; 11 UDAY; 12 SIR GERALD; 13 THE STEWARDS OF SANDOWN PARK; 14 CATHERINE; 15 NORMAN TEBBIT; 16 MO MOWLAM; 17 PAT MAGEE; 18 MARTIN SNODDEN; 19 ALI BOYRAZ; 20 MARGARET COOK; 21 PAUL; 22 CONRAD; 23 LEONIDAS; 24 CHLOE; 25 CAROLINE; 26 MELISSA; 27 PHILIP.
Series Title: Modern playwrights.
Responsibility: Robin Soans.

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The verbatim monologues in Deep Heat are drawn from conversations Robin Soans has had or overheard, or are edited versions of interviews he has conducted in the course of research for his plays. Subjects range from people who have held high office to those who have blown them up; from those who live in large country houses to others whose home is two blankets and a pile of leaves in the corner of a disused garage. So much of what is passed on as historical fact is the version of events that those with an ulterior motive choose to project. This book doesn't seek to judge, nor provide.

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