Pieces of String and Other Stories

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I became familiar with all of the usual sources and those not so usual. More recently the playwrights Alan Ayckbourn, Harold Pinter, Michael Frayn, Tom Stoppard and David Edgar have combined elements of surrealism, realism and radicalism. In the three decades since 1970, English immigrants, who were about 12 percent of the total arriving from Europe, were usually unmarried, professionally trained men and women. The Kerry accent is very musical and poetic with an almost Scottish Highlands flavour.

Pages: 140

Publisher: Cellar Book Shop (December 1984)

ISBN: 9711001861

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