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Third

Author: Wendy Wasserstein
Publisher: New York : Dramatists Play Service, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Drama : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"His name is Woodson Bull III, but you can call him "Third." And Professor Laurie Jameson is disinclined to like his jockish, jingoistic attitude. He is, as she puts it, "a walking red state." Believing that Third's sophisticated essay on King Lear could not possibly have been written by such a specimen, Professor Jameson reports his plagiarism to the college's Committee of Academic Standards. But is Jameson's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Named Person: William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wendy Wasserstein
ISBN: 0822222752 9780822222750
OCLC Number: 263131979
Notes: A play in two acts.
Two men, 3 women.
Acting ed.
"Originally produced by Lincoln Center Theater ... at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater in New York City, opening on October 24, 2005"--Page 3.
Description: 49 pages, [1] leaf of plates ; 20 cm
Responsibility: by Wendy Wasserstein.

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"His name is Woodson Bull III, but you can call him "Third." And Professor Laurie Jameson is disinclined to like his jockish, jingoistic attitude. He is, as she puts it, "a walking red state." Believing that Third's sophisticated essay on King Lear could not possibly have been written by such a specimen, Professor Jameson reports his plagiarism to the college's Committee of Academic Standards. But is Jameson's accusation justified? Or is she casting Third as the villain in her own struggle with her relationships, her age and the increasingly polarized political environment?"--Page 4 of cover.

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