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A darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity. The play tells the story of Lincoln and Booth, two brothers whose names were given to them as a joke, foretelling a lifetime of sibling rivalry. Haunted by the past, the brothers are forced to confront the reality of their future.

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9780822219835 | Dramatist''s Play Service, January 30, 2004, cover price $9.00
9781854597649 | Nick Hern Books, September 26, 2003, cover price $17.90 | About this edition: A darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity.
9781559362016 | 1 edition (Theatre Communications Group, February 1, 2002), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Brothers Lincoln and Booth--given their names by their father as a joke--share an obsession with three-card monte and act out a lifetime of sibling rivalry and resentment.

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Product Description: Nothing but the Truth is the story of two brothers, of sibling rivalry, of exile, of memory and reconciliation, and the ambiguities of freedom. The play was John Kani’s debut as sole playwright and was first performed in the Market Theatre in Johannesburg...read more
By John Kani and Zakes Mda (introduced by)

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9781868143894 | Witwatersrand Univ Pr, August 1, 2003, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Nothing but the Truth is the story of two brothers, of sibling rivalry, of exile, of memory and reconciliation, and the ambiguities of freedom.

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Product Description: Sibs is an impressionistic exploration, fast and often very furious, of the complex relationship between brothers and sisters. Anchored in a poignant moment_adult siblings dealing with their parents’ estate—the play flashes through many stages of sibling history, from infancy through the rich misery of growing up, the alien landscape of the adolescent years, and the inevitable confusion of adult years...read more

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9780887546235 | 1 edition (Playwrights Canada Pr, April 1, 2002), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Sibs is an impressionistic exploration, fast and often very furious, of the complex relationship between brothers and sisters.

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The Lonesome West was first presented as a Druid Theatre Company and Royal Court coproduction in the summer of 1997, and is the final part of McDonagh's trilogy set in an fictionalized and impoverished western Ireland village called Leenane. Its substantial themes and textured controversy make it a popular choice to study―the Catholic Church is exposed as irrelevant and powerless and the characters have a dangerously skewed sense of morality. The text is full of McDonagh's characteristic combination of farce, aggression, and wit. The plot follows two brothers, Valene and Coleman, living alone in their father's house after his recent death. They find it impossible to exist without massive and violent disputes over the most mundane and innocent of topics. Only Father Welsh, the young local priest, is prepared to try to reconcile the two before their petty squabblings spiral into vicious and bloody carnage. Martin McDonagh is the most controversial Irish dramatist working today, with his explorations of Irish national identity that look at the darker side of provincial life. His bleak but blackly comic portrayal of modern, rural Ireland courts debate with its dark farce, caricatures of violence and barbarism, and an exaggerated, poeticized dialect of Hiberno-English.

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9781408125762 | Student edition (Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, November 15, 2010), cover price $14.95
9780822216667 | Dramatist''s Play Service, February 1, 1999, cover price $9.00 | About this edition: The Lonesome West was first presented as a Druid Theatre Company and Royal Court coproduction in the summer of 1997, and is the final part of McDonagh's trilogy set in an fictionalized and impoverished western Ireland village called Leenane.
9780413719805 | Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, October 1, 1997, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: The Lonesome West by Martin McDonaghValene and Coleman, two brothers living alone in their father's house after his recent death, find it impossible to exist without massive and violent disputes over the most mundane and innocent of topics.

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