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25%OFFGenet, Jean - Deathwatch - 9780571332618 - V9780571332618
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Deathwatch

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Description for Deathwatch Paperback. Three young convicts share a cell. Locked into a world of dangerous rivalries, criminals Lefranc and Maurice compete for the attention of the charismatic condemned man, Green-Eyes. Informed by his own experience in French prisons, this play is an explosive exploration of the inversion of moral order. Num Pages: 64 pages. BIC Classification: DD. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 128 x 197 x 14. Weight in Grams: 78.
Three young convicts share a cell. Locked into a world of dangerous rivalries, criminals Lefranc and Maurice compete for the attention of the charismatic condemned man, Green-Eyes. Informed by his own experience in French prisons, Jean Genet's first play, Deathwatch is an explosive exploration of the inversion of moral order. Genet was one of the most prominent and provocative writers of the twentieth century. Jean Genet's Deathwatch premiered in this translation by David Rudkin with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1987 and was revived at the Print Room, London, in April 2016.

Product Details

Publisher
Faber & Faber
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Condition
New
Number of Pages
64
Place of Publication
London, United Kingdom
ISBN
9780571332618
SKU
V9780571332618
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About Genet, Jean
Jean Genet was born in Paris in 1910. An illegitimate child who never knew his parents, he was abandoned to the Public Assistance Authorities. He was ten when he was sent to a reformatory for stealing; thereafter he spent time in the prisons of nearly every country he visited in thirty years of prowling through the European underworld. With ten ... Read more

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