Summer Day's Dream by J.B. PriestleySummer Day's Dream by J.B. Priestley

Summer Day's Dream

byJ.B. Priestley

Paperback | April 25, 2014

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I spent more than half my life, when I ought to have been enjoying myself, arguing and planning and running around like a maniac, all to sell a lot of things to people I didn't know, so that I could buy a lot of things that I didn't have time to use. Sheer lunacy. And it took nothing less than an atom bomb to blow me out of it." Following a devastating nuclear war which has seen Britain bombed back into the pre-industrial past, Stephen Dawlish and his family live a quiet rural life. Until their quiet, agrarian existence is disrupted by the appearance of three representatives of the New World Order ? an American, a Russian and an Indian ? who have devastating plans that will end their new peaceful way of life forever.'A strangely compelling play from the heart of an anguished romantic... . also uncannily topical at a time when Britain is being forced to ask whether its real influence lies in its cultural values rather than its militaristic posturing. ' - Guardian 'A well-constructed and well-timed revival, and inspires questions in the audience of what exactly our place is in global society, and it is certainly immensely enjoyable" - A Younger Theatre "
J.B. Priestley was born in 1894 in Bradford, Yorkshire. He was an author, novelist, playwright, essayist, broadcaster, scriptwriter, social commentator and man of letters. His plays dominated the London stage from the 1930s to the 1950s with such classics as Dangerous Corner, Eden End, Laburnum Grove, Cornelius, I Have Been Here Before...
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Title:Summer Day's DreamFormat:PaperbackDimensions:96 pages, 8.25 × 5 × 0.3 inPublished:April 25, 2014Publisher:Oberon BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1783190515

ISBN - 13:9781783190515

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