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A Labor Play: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Kafka-esque one-act about a multi-national corporation in the business of selling babies. “Business as usual” comes to a halt when one of the workers strikes for control of the... More > distribution of manufactured goods. In other words, she wants to keep the baby.< Less
Hard Labor By David Horn
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Jamie Dropping finds his terra firma existence inhospitable. But he does his best to live, although in an inauthentic way. And at some unobservable point in time, Jamie Dropping begins to live his... More > life without really living his life at all. He plays the part of a machine, operating on muscle memory. By the end, he is merely doing his job, dutifully performing his Hard Labor.< Less
A Labor Play and Heterosexuals Anonymous: Two One-Act Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Two feminist, one-act political spoofs by Carolyn Gage
A Labor Play and Heterosexuals Anonymous: Two One-Act Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Two feminist, one-act political spoofs by Carolyn Gage
Labor and Love: A Garland of American Folk Ballads By Sam Costello, Neal Von Flue
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There is a group of compelling, bewitching folk songs that are part of American's cultural DNA: murder ballads, work songs, sea shanties. Though many of them originated in the British Isles,... More > immigrants brought them here and filtered them through American experiences, making them part of the foundation of American music. And they are weird. From songs narrated by a bird witnessing murder to a song about a fiddle made of flesh and bone playing the song of its creation, they explore—as Greil Marcus dubbed it—the old, weird America. The songs may seem initially clear, but they’re also impossible to completely understand. Listening to them, it often feels that there’s an entire world of meaning beneath the lyrics that you know is there but have no hope of accessing. It's that sense of mystery and wonder that is present in each story in Labor and Love. Besides the comics, each story includes a common or canonical version of the lyrics, recording information, and notes about the song or the comic's creation.< Less
Bad red blue, blue Poetry & other compulsory unpaid labors By Mikhail Mavrotheris
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"This is a work of This", the poet says. This is the fourth book of poetry from Greek poet and writer based in Glasgow, Mikhail Mavrotheris. Colorful poetry full of images, sometimes in... More > the traditional form and most of the times in a more experimental style. It's a book to enjoy and play along with it as the lines and the words expand from page to page. The structure of the book is also associated with the poems in the book. The poetry of the book is based on the concept of "This", a concept the author and his fellows developed one night they were bored and tired-"This" is a new way to put down on paper voice and style and creating the structure of a poem, as he explained. "This" and only "This" because contemporary poetry is boring; This is not.< Less
Strife and Other Plays By John Galsworthy
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John Galsworthy (1867-1933) was one of the finest intellects and dramatic forces of the English stage of his time. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932. This collection presents... More > "Strife," perhaps Galsworthy's finest play, which documents the human consequences of a labour strike on both the unemployed workers and the company executives. Also included are three short plays: "Defeat," "The First and the Last," and "The Sun."< Less
Strife and Other Plays By John Galsworthy
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John Galsworthy (1867-1933) was one of the finest intellects and dramatic forces of the English stage of his time. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1932. This collection presents... More > "Strife," perhaps Galsworthy's finest play, which documents the human consequences of a labour strike on both the unemployed workers and the company executives. Also included are three short plays: "Defeat," "The First and the Last," and "The Sun."< Less
Black Eye and Other Short Plays By Carolyn Gage
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A collection of ten of Gage's hardest-hitting one-act plays, including: Black Eye, The Ladies’ Room, The A-Mazing Yamashita and the Millennial Gold-diggers, A Labor Play, Heterosexuals... More > Anonymous, The Boundary Trial of John Proctor, The Evil That Men Do: The Story of Thalidomide, The Gage and Mr. Comstock, The P.E. Teacher, and The Rules of the Playground.< Less
Black Eye and Other Short Plays By Carolyn Gage
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A collection of ten of Gage's hardest-hitting one-act plays, including: Black Eye, The Ladies' Room, The A-Mazing Yamashita and the Millennial Gold-diggers, A Labor Play, Heterosexuals Anonymous, The... More > Boundary Trial of John Proctor, The Evil That Men Do: The Story of Thalidomide, The Gage and Mr. Comstock, The P.E. Teacher, and The Rules of the Playground.< Less