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Yes, My Darling Daughter - Full Length Play

Yes, My Darling Daughter

Mark Reed

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Full Length Play

3m, 4f

ISBN: 9780573618314

"The scenes are written knowingly and with an insight into the opportunities presented by the situation and a command of laughing lines." - John Mason, New York Post

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By the author of Petticoat Fever, this play scored a great success in New York. "Hang your clothes on the hickory limb, but don't go near the water!" The mother is Ann Whitman Murray, who was twenty-five years ago one of Greenwich Village pioneers. She was a pen woman with a mission and a liberal slant on life. She wrote her opinions in verse and prose, and then she married a banker. The daughter is Ellen Murray, young and restless. She has graduated from college and her thesis has concerned the liberalizing moral forces of the village. In doing the research she has stumbled upon some of the work of her mother and has secretly gloried in its stand for all those things that have given the present generation a measure of courage. The day arrives when Ellen's young man, Douglas Hall, is going to Belgium to be gone for two years. He and Ann, having just discovered their love, decide upon a final farewell weekend. It is when Ellen faces her embarrassed mother down, and wins her point that this comedy achieves its heartily amusing series of verbal climaxes.
"The scenes are written knowingly and with an insight into the opportunities presented by the situation and a command of laughing lines." - John Mason, New York Post
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