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John Ford’s The Lady’s Trial: A Retelling By David Bruce
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This is an easy-to-read retelling of John Ford's THE LADY'S TRIAL. People who read this retelling first will find the original play much easier to read. This book has a happy ending.
250 Music Anecdotes By David Bruce
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This book contains 250 anecdotes about music, including these: 1) Before Emmylou Harris became a famous country singer, she wrote Pete Seeger and said that she wanted to be a folk singer but she... More > was afraid that she had not suffered enough. Ms. Harris said, “He wrote back to say life would come back and hit me hard soon enough.” 2) Band leader Doc Severinsen, most famous as the band leader on Johnny Carson’s "Tonight Show," and his wife, Emily, were fighting and screaming in a hotel room when he noticed a paper being slipped under the door. The paper was a note from some people requesting an autograph. Doc and Emily opened the door and signed some autographs, and then they closed the door and started fighting and screaming again. 3) Heidi May is a woman of wit and intelligence. Her Christmas present to her boss, Henry Rollins, former singer of Black Flag, leader of the Rollins Band, spoken-word artist, occasional actor, and author, was a T-shirt on the back of which are the words “HEIDI RULES!!!”< Less
John Ford’s The Queen: A Retelling By David Bruce
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This is an easy-to-read retelling of John Ford's comedy (it has a happy ending) THE QUEEN. Alphonso loves a woman not enough; Velasco loves a woman too much. Alphonso will not allow the Queen (his... More > wife) to act like a woman, and Salassa will not allow Velasco to act like a man. John Ford’s play argues for a mean between extremes when it comes to relationships between men and women. According to Charles Lamb, “Ford was of the first order of poets. He sought for sublimity, not by parcels in metaphors or visible images, but directly where she has her full residence in the heart of man; in the actions and sufferings of the greatest minds.”< Less
John Ford's "'Tis Pity She's a Whore": A Retelling By David Bruce
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This is an easy-to-read retelling of John Ford's tragedy "'Tis Pity She's a Whore." In this tragedy, a brother and sister fall in love and commit incest.

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