JOURNEY’S END by R C Sherriff

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JOURNEY’S END by R C Sherriff

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The greatest of all English war plays, Journey’s End shows the effect of war on a group of young officers. RC Sherriff’s ground-breaking play remains one of the most powerful and successful pieces of modern drama and one of the most acclaimed examples of literature that deals with the tragedy and horror of conflict.
Set over the course of four days leading up to a massive German attack on the British trenches in 1918, Journey’s End charts the tension and claustrophobia as the new recruit to the company, Lieutenant Raleigh, discovers that Captain Stanhope, his former childhood friend and hero, has changed almost beyond recognition. First performed at the Apollo Theatre London in 1929.

Published by Samuel French

90 pages

Good condition

Weight 0.190 kg