Laburnum Grove (Oberon Modern Plays) Paperback – 3 Mar 2013
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About the Author
J.B. Priestley was born in 1894 in Bradford, Yorkshire. His plays dominated the London stage from the 1930s to the 1950s with such classics as Dangerous Corner, Eden End, Laburnum Grove, I Have Been Here Before, Time and the Conways, When We Are Married, Johnson Over Jordan, They Came to a City, An Inspector Calls, The Linden Tree, Summer Day s Dream and The Glass Cage. His many novels include The Good Companions, Angel Pavement, Bright Day and Lost Empires. During the Second World War, he established a new reputation as a broadcaster and social commentator. He died in 1984.
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With Favourable Winds
Read it and laugh!
17 November 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
I don't understand why this play isn't more popular. Light but with its dark moments, funny but deadly serious, this is a cleverly-plotted "immoral comedy" that ought to be revived far more often. Both as a play to be performed and as a work to be read, this is much better than much of the new stuff one finds far more prevalent today.