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John Mortimer: Plays Two By Sir John Mortimer

John Mortimer: Plays Two by Sir John Mortimer

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Summary

A collection of plays from the creator of Rumpole QC, hero of the Rumpole of the Bailey television series.

John Mortimer: Plays Two Summary

John Mortimer: Plays Two: The Wrong Side of the Park; Mill Hill; Bermondsey; Knightsbridge; Marble Arch; Edwin by Sir John Mortimer

John Mortimer is best known as the creator of Rumpole QC, hero of the Rumpole of the Bailey television series. In this second volume of his Collected Plays published by Oberon, these five plays combine London settings with the complexities of relationships between the sexes. Includes: The Wrong Side of the Park, Mill Hill, Bermondsey, Knightsbridge, Marble Arch and Edwin.

About Sir John Mortimer

John Mortimer was born in 1923 in London. A barrister, playwright, novelist and raconteur - he is best known for his 'Rumpole of the Bailey' stories. He is also the author of numerous film scripts including Cider with Rosie and Zeffirelli's Tea with Mussolini. His best known play is the autobiographical 'A Voyage round my Father', which was televised in 1982, with Laurence Olivier as the father, now published by Oberon to coincide with a production at the Donmar Theatre.

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GOR011716149
9781840022773
1840022779
John Mortimer: Plays Two: The Wrong Side of the Park; Mill Hill; Bermondsey; Knightsbridge; Marble Arch; Edwin by Sir John Mortimer
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
20040302
272
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