BROWNING VERSION, THE & HARLEQUINADE by Terence Rattigan

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BROWNING VERSION, THE & HARLEQUINADE by Terence Rattigan

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Regarded by many as Rattigan’s finest work, this 1948 play enjoyed several successful revivals and inspired two films and several television adaptations. After 18 years as classic teacher at an English boys’ school, Andrew Crocker-Harris is retiring due to ill health. His young wife Millie despises him for his failures and finds consolation with Frank, a younger teacher. As he bids farewell to his students, Crocker-Harris contemplates his life’s work, reflects on his marriage, and considers his future.

Harlequinade concerns one of two Shakespearean ham actors touring the provinces has a dubious and shady past.

Published by Heinemann

100 pages

Good condition

Weight 0.200 kg