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New English dramatists.

Publisher: Harmondsworth, England : Penguin Books, 1959-1970.
Series: Penguin plays
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
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New English dramatists
(OCoLC)643715366
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
ISSN:0548-4510
OCLC Number: 2191822
Description: 14 volumes ; 19 cm.
Contents: V. 1. Each his own wilderness / Doris Lessing. The hamlet of Stepney Green / Bernard Kops. Chicken soup with barley / Arnold Wesker --
v. 2. The kitchen / Arnold Wesker. A resounding tinkle / N.F. Simpson. Epitaph for George Dillon / John Osborne and Anthony Creighton --
v. 3. The long and the short and the tall / Willis Hall. Live like pigs / John Arden. The dumb waiter / Harold Pinter --
v. 4. Yes and after / Michael Hastings. The happy haven / John Arden, in collaboration with Margaretta D'Arcy. Five finger exercise / Peter Shaffer --
v. 5. Stop it, whoever you are / Henry Livings. Progress to the park / Alun Owen. Marching song / John Whiting --
v. 6. A man for all seasons / Robert Bolt. The devils / John Whiting. Nil carborundum / Henry Livings --
v. 7. Chips with everything / Arnold Wesker. Afore night come / David Rudkin. Everything in the garden / Giles Cooper --
v. 8. Cockade / Charles Wood. The trigon / James Broom Lynne. Entertaining Mr. Sloane / Joe Orton --
v. 9. A lily in Little India / Donald Howarth. Skyvers / Barry Reckord. The four seasons / Arnold Wesker --
v. 10. Their very own and golden city / Arnold Wesker. Dickon / David Pinner. Bread and butter / Cecil Taylor --
v. 11. Happy family / Giles Cooper. A night to make the angels weep / Peter Terson. Fill the stage with happy hours / Charles Wood --
v. 12. The object / Giles Cooper. No quarter / Barry Bermange. The ants / Caryl Churchill. The whelks and the chromium / Jeremy Sandford. The long-distance piano-player / Alan Sharp. Happy days are here again / Cecil P. Taylor --
v. 13. Blood knot / Athol Fugard. Loot / Joe Orton. Drums of snow / David Pinner --
v. 14. The restoration of Arnold Middleton / David Storey. The mighty reservoy / Peter Terson. The king / Stewart Conn. Walking through seaweed / Ian Hamilton Finlay. The estate hunters / Ian Hamilton Finlay. You're human like the rest of them / B.S. Johnson. The doomsday show / George MacBeth and J.S. Bingham.
Series Title: Penguin plays

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