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  • Heinemann Plays: A Man for All Seasons

    • By Bolt, Robert
    • Published 22/07/1996
    • ISBN 9780435233204
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $34.95
     
    When Henry VIII set up his own Church of England with himself at its head, one of the few men who opposed him was Sir Thomas More. The play contrasts More's virtue of 'selfhood' with the cynical assertion that every man has his price. 14 parts: 11 male, 3 female.  Suitable for Age 14+
     

  • Heinemann Plays: A Streetcar Named Desire

    • By Williams, Tennessee
    • Published 01/08/1995
    • ISBN 9780435233105
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $33.95
     
    Heinemann Plays is a well established series offering the best of contemporary drama and a wide range of established classics, in value-for-money hardback versions. The series has been specially developed to support classroom teaching and performance. Within the series there are plays for the full 1... Read more >
     

  • Heinemann Plays: A Taste of Honey

    • By Delaney, Shelagh
    • Published 01/12/1994
    • ISBN 9780435232993
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    $34.95
     
    A classic play about the complex, conflict-ridden relationship between a teenage girl and her mother and the fleeting moments of affection and escape she finds.  6 parts: 3 male, 3 female. Age 14+
     

  • Heinemann Plays: A View from the Bridge

    • By Miller, Arthur
    • Published 01/09/1995
    • ISBN 9780435233129
    • Available on demand (O)
     
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    $34.95
     
    When his wife's cousins seek refuge as illegal immigrants in New York, Eddie Carbone agrees to shelter them. Trouble begins when her niece is attracted to his glamorous younger brother, Rodolpho. 13 parts: 10 male, 3 female plus extras
     

  • Heinemann Plays: An Inspector Calls

    • By Priestley, J.B
    • Published 01/10/1993
    • ISBN 9780435232825
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    $33.95
     
    Arthur Birling, a prosperous manufacturer in the early years of this century, is holding a family dinner party to celebrate his daughter's engagement. Into this cosy scene intrudes the harsh figure of a police inspector investigating the suicide of a young working-class woman, every member of the ... Read more >
     

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