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Inadmissible evidence; a play.

Author: John Osborne
Publisher: New York, Grove Press [1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This British play, written in 1964 and filmed as a motion picture in 1968, is about a 39-year-old solicitor named William Maitland. He handles divorce cases, drinks heavily, is a bully, and tells the audience how much he hates his life. In the second act, his "crimes" are punished, as he loses everyone he cares about.-- adapted from Wikipedia, accessed 12-4-14.
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Genre/Form: Drama
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Osborne, John, 1929-1994.
Inadmissible evidence.
New York, Grove Press [1965]
(OCoLC)805935136
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Osborne
OCLC Number: 1114621
Notes: "Book Club edition."--Jacket.
Description: 93 pages illustrations 22 cm

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This British play, written in 1964 and filmed as a motion picture in 1968, is about a 39-year-old solicitor named William Maitland. He handles divorce cases, drinks heavily, is a bully, and tells the audience how much he hates his life. In the second act, his "crimes" are punished, as he loses everyone he cares about.-- adapted from Wikipedia, accessed 12-4-14.

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