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Kane: Complete Plays

Kane: Complete Plays

Author: Sarah Kane, David Greig
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0413742601
Pages: 268
Year: 2001
This volume contains the complete collection of Sarah Kane's plays, including "Blasted"; "Phaedra's Love"; "Cleansed"; "Crave"; "4.48 Psychosis"; and "Skin".
Omensetter's Luck

Omensetter's Luck

Author: William H. Gass
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0141180102
Pages: 315
Year: 1997
A debut novel set in a rural American town, where Brackett Omensetter arrives, with his wife, family, and all earthly belongings. It soon becomes apparent that he is someone out of the ordinary as he sets in motion a wave of violent emotions in the once tranquil community. A PENGUIN TWENTIETH-CENTURY CLASSIC.
Modern Drama: Plays of the '80s and '90s

Modern Drama: Plays of the '80s and '90s

Author: Caryl Churchill, Terry Johnson, Sarah Kane, Mark Ravenhill, Martin McDonagh
Publisher: Methuen Drama
ISBN:
Pages: 425
Year: 2001
An anthology bringing together some of the most importnat and controvesial plays from the last twenty years.
Almost a Gentleman

Almost a Gentleman

Author: Pam Rosenthal
Publisher: Brava
ISBN: 0758204442
Pages: 379
Year: 2007
Unable to explain his attraction to the refined and powerful Philip Marston, Lord Davis Hervey discovers that Marston is actually a woman, prompting his efforts to seduce the masquerading lady. Reprint.
If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep

If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep

Author: Anders Lustgarten
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1472512154
Pages: 96
Year: 2013-05-09
"I believe that open markets and free enterprise are the best imaginable force for improving human wealth and happiness. And I would go further: where they work properly, they can actually promote morality." David Cameron, January 2012 Anders Lustgarten's play is an exploration of our current government's politics of austerity and a look at possible alternatives. If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep was supported by the Harold Pinter Playwright's Award which is given annually by Pinter's widow Lady Antonia Fraser.
When Calls the Heart

When Calls the Heart

Author: Janette Oke
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441264566
Pages: 224
Year: 2013-10-02
Janette Oke's beloved story of a young teacher moving west has captured the hearts of millions.
A Day at the Racists

A Day at the Racists

Author: Anders Lustgarten
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408132400
Pages: 96
Year: 2010-03-02
A Day at the Racists is a stunning new piece of political theatre from award-winning playwright Anders Lustgarten: a devastatingly timely examination of the rise of the BNP in London, published to coincide with the world premiere at the Finborough Theatre, March 2010. Set in the same constituency that BNP leader Nick Griffin is to stand for in the forthcoming General Election, A Day at the Racists is a uniquely brave and perceptive piece of political theatre. It both attempts to understand why people might be drawn to the BNP and diagnoses the deeper cause of that attraction: the political abandonment and betrayal of the working class by New Labour. The plot is as follows: Pete Case used to be something - a leading Labour Party organiser in the local car factories. Now he struggles to get by as a decorator as immigrant workers undercut his best mate's firm, his son Mark can't get a job or onto the housing list and nobody, from his Labour MP to his granddaughter's teacher, seems to care. Then Pete finds unexpected hope: Gina is young, mixed race and standing for Parliament on a platform of helping the local community. She is standing for the British National Party. As Pete's rage and despair gradually overcome his longstanding loathing of the BNP, he is drawn into the world of Gina's campaign and finds himself entangled in a nightmare of political machinations that pit his closest relationships - son, best mate, lover - against his longest-held beliefs and newfound aims.
Black Jesus

Black Jesus

Author: Anders Lustgarten
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 147252652X
Pages: 48
Year: 2013-12-16
And do you know why I was called by that name? Because I decided who would be saved and who would be condemned. I took that responsibility for others and now I take it for myself. I am Black Jesus. I do not crawl. Zimbabwe. 2015. The Mugabe Government has fallen and investigations into its abuses have begun. Eunice Ncube, working for the new Truth and Justice Commission, begins the interviewing of Gabriel Chibamu, one of the most infamous perpetrators of the horrors of the Mugabe regime. As Gabriel's trial and inevitable prosecution approach, Eunice begins to sift through the past – only to find that right and wrong, and guilt and innocence, are far less clear than she first thought . . . This stunning new play by Finborough Theatre Playwright-in-Residence, and one of the UK's leading political playwrights, Anders Lustgarten, is more urgent than ever. Black Jesus unpicks the political complexities of Zimbabwe through the devastating personal journeys of two very different people, both scarred by one of Africa's most notorious dictatorships.
Godfrey Plays: 1

Godfrey Plays: 1

Author: Paul Godfrey
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 140811920X
Pages: 352
Year: 2009-01-01
Paul Godfrey is "so good, so nervy and alert with imagination and intelligence" (Sunday Times) Includes the plays: Inventing a New Colour "Godfrey's appealing first play is, with its ominous signs of disjunction, like a surrealist painting"(Guardian), Once in a While the Odd Thing Happens "A fictional-biographical account of Benjamin Britten...lyrical, poetic prose, sinuous, swift, eloquent and dramatic" (Sunday Times), A Bucket of Eels "Danger gives Paul Godfrey's wonderful play its drama. Six young people enter a Freudian forest of their own imaginings" (Financial Times), The Blue Ball "An enquiry into the magic of space exploration....a rather interesting, idiosyncratic and well written play" (Observer) is an imaginative investigation of the experience of Space researched by the playwright among the astronauts themselves. This ambitious play questions the politics of a culture in which the wondrous is rendered mundane and what seems commonplace is rendered absurd. The Blue Ball was commissioned by the Royal National Theatre and received its première at the Cottesloe Theatre in 1995.
Barnes Plays: 2

Barnes Plays: 2

Author: Peter Barnes
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408176386
Pages: 360
Year: 2013-12-04
A selection of plays by "one of the most original and biting comic writers working in Britain" (The Times) The Spirit of Man is "an ingenious triple-bill exploring Man's need for faith through three short satires based in medieval France, Protectorate England and nineteenth-century Eastern Europe" (Independent); Nobody Here But Us Chickens is a linked trilogy of satires on New Age, corporate and bedroom politics. Red Noses is a political satire about the plague and takes place in 1348. Set in medieval Italy during a crisis in the Church, Sunsets and Glories is "a work of the highest and most thrilling theatrical energy" (Independent on Sunday), whilst Bye Bye Columbus is a "highly entertaining" (Guardian) television play. "Peter Barnes is one of the unrecognised geniuses of the English theatre" (Plays and Players)
Kugana Yesu

Kugana Yesu

Author: Ellen Gould Harmon White
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 91
Year: 1956

Greig Plays:1

Greig Plays:1

Author: David Greig
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1472517601
Pages: 336
Year: 2013-06-06
The first collection of plays of one of Scotland's best-known contemporary dramatists EUROPE is set in a railway station at an unnamed border town where old and new Europeans weave a tale of love, loss and longing. "Fierce, compassionate, mightily ambitious drama...there is the sharp, analytic intelligence, the crackling inventiveness of a real writer buzzing about this gripping play" Scotsman THE ARCHITECT charts the rise and fall of Leo Black, once an idealistic and idolised designer, whose magnificent visions are now crumbling, along with his family, in the light of grubby reality. "Provides convincing evidence of David Greig's confident transition from a dramatist of promise to one of stature" Independent. Lyrical, soulful and darkly funny, THE COSMONAUT'S LAST MESSAGE weaves together the stories of a fraught Scottish couple whose TV is on the blink, a Norwegian UN peace negotiator, a young prostitute, a French UFO researcher, a pregnant police woman and two forgotten Cosmonauts who sadly orbit the planet."The most important playwright to have emerged north of the border in years" Scotsman
Butler Plays 2

Butler Plays 2

Author: Leo Butler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1350006319
Pages: 368
Year: 2016-06-14
Butler Plays: Two brings together a selection of Leo Butler's work, currently both published and previously unpublished, covering the years 2007 to 2013. It showcases his incredible variety in style and tone, and brings together some of his best-loved works alongside some of his lesser known pieces. Airbag (Royal Court, Rough Cuts, 2007) an old woman is lying on her death bed, imagining that she is being terrorised by gorillas. Butler's play is an exploration of death and the dying. I'll Be The Devil (RSC/Tricycle Theatre, 2008): With a poetic fearlessness, Leo Butler looks at what happens when a brutal foreign power is in intimate and callous contact with the primitive heart of an ancient society. Faces in the Crowd (Royal Court Theatre, 2008): Faces in the Crowd is a darkly comic play that offers a unique insight into twenty-first century London and the debts we accrue in the wake of seeking out our ambitions. Juicy Fruits (Paines Plough and Ã’ran MÃ3r, 2011): a one-act comedy set in a coffee shop in which two old friends from university meet again after many years. 69 (Natural Shocks Theatre Company; Pleasance, 2012): a series of 69 short vignettes, all on the subject of sex, offering a glimpse on a whole range of issues surrounding sexuality. Do It! (Royal Court, Open Court Season, 2013) is an unsettling journey through the secrets and innermost thoughts of a group of pedestrians, unwittingly watched over by a violent force. The volume includes an introduction by the playwright.
Pride & Prejudice

Pride & Prejudice

Author: Jennifer Adams
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
ISBN: 1423622022
Pages: 22
Year: 2011
Counts from one to ten using characters, places, and events from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice." On board pages.
Differential Equations & Linear Algebra

Differential Equations & Linear Algebra

Author: Jerry Farlow, James E. Hall, Beverly H. West
Publisher: Pearson College Division
ISBN: 0131860615
Pages: 705
Year: 2007
For sophomore-level courses in Differential Equations and Linear Algebra. Extensively rewritten throughout, the Second Edition of this flexible text features a seamless integration of linear algebra into the discipline of differential equations. Abundant computer graphics, IDE interactive illustration software, and well-thought-out problem sets make it an excellent choice for either the combination DE/LA course or pure differential equations courses. The authors' consistent, reader-friendly presentation encourages students to think both quantitatively and qualitatively when approaching differential equations -- and reinforces concepts using similar methods to solve various systems (algebraic, differential, and iterative).