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Wesker Plays: The Wesker Trilogy: v. 1: "Chicken Soup with Barley"; "Roots"; "I\'m Talking About Jerusalem"
This volume contains three plays by Arnold Wesker: "Chicken Soup with Barley", "Roots" and "I'm Talking About Jerusalem".
Ernesto Che Guevara, an Argentinian doctor of middle-class parents, rose to fight with Fidel Castro in the Cuban revolution and later tried to spread that revolution in other countries in Latin America and Africa. This is an account of a man who became a cultural icon to a generation.
Offers an account of the ways in which, through time, the Stonehenge landscape has been used and re-used, invested with new meanings, and has given rise to stories. The book presents a range of views and provides insights into how people shape and are shaped by the landscape.
Auditioners often complain of seeing the same speeches over and over again. This book brings together 50 speeches for women from Shakespeare plays frequently ignored such as Coriolanus", "Pericles" and "Love's Labours Lost"."
By Sam Shepard
During the last decade, Sam Shepard's most recent plays have been produced in London by the Royal Court Theatre. This collection brings together "A Lie of the Mind", "A Love Ballad...A Little Legend About Love", "States of Shock", and Shepard's most recently staged play, "Simpatico".
Mamet Plays: v.2: "Reunion", "Dark Pony", "A Life in the Theatre", "The Woods", "Lakeboat", "Edmond"
By David Mamet
The second in a series of "World Classics" presenting David Mamet's stage plays. Those in this volume date from the 1980s.