An Inspector Calls
Publish date: 1987
Pages no: 117
Edition language: English
I listen to a talk radio show a lot (LBC) and recently they mentioned a story concerning a class of school children who'd been asked to write a suicide note from the perspective of the dead character in this play. I think that was it anyway. I'm not too sure. Anyway, this shocked me a little and I w...
Forty years since my first reading. It's still a compelling and catchy story. I love the unsolved mystery of it, as well as the solved one. All of the details were lost to me, only the barest plot outlined remained, and yet, it was memorable. Library copy
bookshelves: summer-2010, play-dramatisation, published-1945, families, britain-england, suicide, lifestyles-deathstyles Recommended for: Radio 4 listeners Read from May 30 to 31, 2010 ** spoiler alert ** Blurb - The Birlings are celebrating the engagement of their daughter Sheila when a police ...
The proscenium stage has a romance of its own. You, the spectator, is actually a Peeping Tom, staring into the lives of total strangers through the invisible fourth wall. And what lives! For on the stage, time and space are usually compressed or telescoped according to the whims and fancies of the...
Really quite nice. Not looking forwards to studying it though!