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Pravda : A Fleet Street Comedy

Pravda : A Fleet Street Comedy - 85 edition

Pravda : A Fleet Street Comedy - 85 edition

ISBN13: 9780413584809

ISBN10: 0413584801

Pravda : A Fleet Street Comedy by David Hare and Howard Brenton - ISBN 9780413584809
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 85
Copyright: 1985
Publisher: Methuen, Inc.
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International: No
Pravda : A Fleet Street Comedy by David Hare and Howard Brenton - ISBN 9780413584809

ISBN13: 9780413584809

ISBN10: 0413584801

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 85
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Summary

''Savagely bitchy and often wildly funny'' (Sheridan Morley, Punch) Pravda (which means ''truth'') is a comedy of excess which, for the first time puts modern Fleet Street on the stage. ''Pravda is an epic comedy - part The Front Page, part Arturo Ui - in which a press baron resembling Rupert Murdoch...;does battle with over 30 characters as he conquers Fleet Street journalism and by implication, liberal England's soul.'' (Frank Rich, New York Times) This is Howard Brenton's and David Hare's first collaboration since Brassneck in 1973. It was premiered at The National Theatre in spring 1985 and awarded the London Standard Best Play Award, the City Limits Best Play Award and the Plays and Players Best Play Award.''A sulphorous and crackling entertainment'' (Observer)