A Loss of Roses

by  William Inge

Full Length Play, Drama  /  4m, 4f

"[Inge] has probed gently and with sympathy into the characters…Since he writes with skill and clarity, Inge has transferred this sympathy to me." - NY Daily News

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"[Inge] has probed gently and with sympathy into the characters…Since he writes with skill and clarity, Inge has transferred this sympathy to me. —NY Daily News.

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William Inge

William Inge, (born May 3, 1913, Independence, Kan., U.S.—died June 10, 1973, Hollywood Hills, Calif.) was an American playwright best known for his plays Come Back, Little Sheba (1950; filmed 1952); Picnic (1953; filmed 1956), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize; and Bus Stop (1955; filmed 1956). Inge was educated at th ...

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