London Letter 2

Kermode, Frank
August 1975
New Republic;8/2/75, Vol. 173 Issue 5/6, p23
Entertainment Review
Presents information related to British theatrical productions. Comment on the works of the Netherlands Dans Theater; Appreciation of the opera "Die Frau ohen Schatten"; Information on various plays of writer William Shakespeare which are being staged in London, England; Decline in the sale of fiction works; Discussion of activities, aims and methods of the Writer's Action Group which works for the helping writers.


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