At the end of the 90-day period during which suspects can legally be detained, he is released and immediately rearrested. While being no militant, he understands the need for armed struggle. He strikes up a relationship with Synman, ...
Author: Michael Patterson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Performing Arts
The Oxford Dictionary of Plays provides essential information on the best-known, best-loved, and most important plays in world theatre. Each entry includes details of the title, author, date of writing, date of first performance, genre, setting, and composition of cast; there is also a summary of the play's plot, and a brief commentary. Genres covered include: burlesque, comedy, farce, historical drama, kabuki, masque, melodrama, morality play, mystery play, No, romantic comedy, tragicomedy, satire, and tragedy. The perfect guide for students and scholars of drama and literature, theatre professionals, and directors looking for plays for performance.