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Edgar Plays : 2: Ecclesiastes; Nicholas Nickleby (Parts I and II); Entertaining Strangers - David Edgar

Edgar Plays

2: Ecclesiastes; Nicholas Nickleby (Parts I and II); Entertaining Strangers

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"David Edgar, like Balzac, seems to be the secretary for our times" (Guardian)






Nicholas Nickleby: "With uncommon audacity Nicholas Nickleby not only takes on Dickens' sprawling novel, it fractures all the petty limitations we have imposed upon the stage as well...A landmark" (New Statesman); In Entertaining Strangers, a community constructs a nativity play: "English left-wing social drama at its sturdiest and finest: human, argumentative, utterly unafraid of human realities, and seething with indignation and compassion" (Sunday Times) and Ecclesiastes, a radio play that looks at the rise and fall of a "fundamentalist" Christian clergyman in the US.

Love, sex and money, poverty and exploitation, hope and despair: Dicken's world is vividly brought to life in David Edgar's adaptation of his 1838 novel. The Times, Sam Marlowe, 10/12/2007

Ecclesiastes; Nicholas Nickleby (Parts I and II); Entertaining Strangers

ISBN: 9780413630506
ISBN-10: 0413630501
Series: Contemporary Dramatists
Audience: BAC
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 524
Published: 8th March 1990
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.2 x 12.7  x 3.1
Weight (kg): 0.62
Edition Number: 1

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