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Wesker's Domestic Plays

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by Arnold Wesker
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Wesker's Domestic Plays by Arnold Wesker

In The Friends (1970), Esther is diagnosed with leukaemia, causing her friends to reassess their working-class identity, their imagined achievements as well as their own mortality. Bluey (1993) is a play about repressed memory resurfacing and three imagined futures that the protagonist cannot muster the courage to confront. In Men Die Women Survive (1990) a trio of estranged wives gather around the dinner table. As they conduct a post-mortem on their failed relationships a tale of betrayal and revenge emerges. Telling the story of a 44-year-old actress Gertie and her influence on Sam, a black teenager working as a car-park attendant, Wild Spring (1992) explores acting as a metaphor for the false images of ourselves with which we fall in love.

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Size: 664 KB
Publisher: Oberon Modern Playwrights
Date published:   2012
ISBN: 9781849436915 (DRM-EPUB)

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