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doesn't get mentioned here often. he any good?
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shawshank redemption is overrated
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More of a Tennyson man myself
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>>17625601
Read Major Barbara and his version of Cesar and Cleopatra back in uni. Loved both of them, very vigorous theatre, full of energy, strong messages, and surprisingly funny.
The introductions are often longer than the plays themselves, and can also offer a interesting read.
That being said, the guy was a socialist, and you'll feel that, so if that's a problem for you, maybe walk away!
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He was the savior of western theatre.



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