"[Birth and After Birth is] as appalling as it is perceptive . . . one of the more primal works by this woman who describes herself as a 'well-mannered anarchist.'"—Newsday. A revised edition of Tina Howe’s early farce Birth and After Birth, about overweening parents and their four-year-old child. Also included: Approaching Zanzibar, One Shoe Off and Rembrandt's Gift.