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Time to Keep, A

Time to Keep, A

David Edgar, Stephanie Dale

ISBN: 9781854595850

A romantic comedy set in 1804. This title inhabits terrain somewhere between Jane Austen and Dickens with its self-centred middle classes, its nearby garrison and scheming low lives.

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A romantic comedy set in 1804, "A Time to Keep" inhabits terrain somewhere between Jane Austen and Dickens with its self-centred middle classes, its nearby garrison and plenty of scheming low lives. A well-born, feisty young woman meets a charming yet resourceful son of a family of smugglers. This play is premiered by the Dorchester Community Players.
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David Edgar

David Edgar

David Edgar was born in Birmingham on 26 February 1948. He was educated at Oundle School and read Drama at Manchester University. After a short career in journalism, he took up writing full-time in 1972. His plays include The National Interest (1971), Excuses Excuses (1972), Dick Deterred (1974), Saigon Rose (1976), Wreckers (1977), Mary Barnes (1978) and Entertaining Strangers (1986).  His ... view full profile

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