Who is Sylvia? and Duologue

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Paperback, 176 pages ISBN: 9781848421653Publication Date:
4 Aug 2011
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Titles included:
Who is Sylvia?
Duologue

Who is Sylvia? and Duologue

By Terence Rattigan

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In Who is Sylvia?, which premiered in the West End in 1950, where it ran for over a year, Rattigan seems to be offering a bittersweet portayal of his father - and maybe of his own frustrated love life.

Also included in this volume is Duologue, a play for one actress originally written for television and appearing here for the first time in print. It was broadcast in 1968 and subsequently staged in 1976 in a double bill with The Browning Version.

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Performing rights not held by Nick Hern Books

Paperback, 176 pages ISBN: 9781848421653Publication Date:
4 Aug 2011
Size: 198mm x 129mm£12.99 £10.39You save £2.60 (20%)
EPUB, 179 pages ISBN: 9781780013466Publication Date:
15 Oct 2014
£12.99 £10.39You save £2.60 (20%)

Also by Terence Rattigan:

Harlequinade & All On Her Own
Duologue
First Episode
Cause Célèbre
Ross
The Deep Blue Sea
After the Dance
Love in Idleness/Less Than Kind
The Deep Blue Sea (2016 edition)
Separate Tables
The Browning Version
The Deep Blue Sea (film tie-in edition)
French Without Tears (2015 edition)
Rattigan's Nijinsky
Flare Path
All On Her Own
Harlequinade
Who is Sylvia?
In Praise of Love
The Winslow Boy
French Without Tears

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