What mama don't know: Five plays ePub download
by Jane Martin
- ISBN: 057367034X
- ISBN13: 978-0573670343
- ePub: 1354 kb | FB2: 1525 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Samuel French, Inc (1988)
- Pages: 87
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 866
- Format: lrf rtf txt docx
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This work makes a nice addition to Martin's other collections, Vital Signs and What Mama Don't Know.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). This work makes a nice addition to Martin's other collections, Vital Signs and What Mama Don't Know. Recommended for contemporary theater arts collections in public and academic libraries.
What mama don't know: Five plays. ISBN 10: 057367034X ISBN 13: 9780573670343. Publisher: Samuel French, Inc, 1988.
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A Kentucky native, Jane Martin has written Talking With, Vital Signs, What Mama Don't Know, Cementville, Criminal .
Director Jon Jory is the former producing director of the Actors Theatre of Louisville, where he presented new works by Lanford Wilson, Beth Henley, Marsha Norman, Craig Lucas, Tina Howe and David Ives.
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Martin spent hours on end in the servant’s room reading. I know I must talk a lot of slang an’ words you don’t understand. But, then, they’re only words I kno. ow to speak. 2. The books in the library pressed upon Martin and crushed him. 3. Martin’s dwelling differed much from Ruth’s home. 4. Ruth had fired with love. 5. Martin liked his sister and nephew. I’ve got other words in my mind – picked ’emup from books – but I can’t pronounce ’em, so I don’t use ’em. It isn’t what you say so much as how you say it. You don’t mind my being frank, do you?
3. She thinks, he drives. He understands, he eats, he always forgets. They (to want) publish this book in July? 3. She (to think) he (to drive) dangerously.
3. He (to understand) that he (to eat) noisily, but he always (to forget) about it. Who that man (to be) who (to stand) in the doorway? 6. I (to have) no time now, I (to have) dinner. 7. Your family (to leave) St. Petersburg in summer?