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How to Roast A Strasbourg Goose

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Paperback. Verse play, modern myth based on an actual case brought by the Irish Government to Strasbourg, 1979: to a charge of torture (see McGuffin’s Internment) the British with their usual Perfidious Albionics, entered no plea; the judges said: no plea entered means no charge to answer... This text was rejected in 1985 by the Abbey Theatre: “rather more tact is called for...” Tact! The author (faute de mieux) did it solo, around 200 perfs. “Epic poetic satire - savagely indignant” (F.O’Toole) “Brilliantly absurd” (The Scotsman) “Everything I been thinking for 40 years in an hour’n’a haef - how does he do it?” (Jungian lady in Buffalo NY). His Reality Ultimate the 1st & Last is arraigned in the Court of Tír na nÓg - "needless maltreatment of the human species" - prosecuted by a Camus type. The hearing results in a huge explosion; Lord Reason survives, as do some self-effacing... More > pre-Celtic deities now practising as traditional musicians... Also in SAY NOTHING, Collected Works 2.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Sydney Smith
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
100
File Format
PDF
File Size
438.3 KB

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