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I only bought this because it's one of those plays you "really should read". I thought it was superb, and surprisingly relevant.
Set in 1912 about a family of 5 who one night learn they all had a part in the demise of a young girl because they have in some way been selfish, negligent, jealous or just plain evil (sadly) reminded me of our current world; where people aren't communicating with one another and with the current economic crisis it feels like it's "every man for himself".
The ending also had a wicked twist.
Perfect for any am-dram theatre company to produce, perfect for anyone who likes a good story to read.