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by Alan Ayckbourn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571226884, Paperback)

In this third volume of his collected plays, Alan Ayckbourn takes his signature acerbic wit into the territory of the lonely and isolated, focusing on everyone from the fantastically famous to the lowliest of Eleanor Rigbys. Collected here are Haunting Julia, Sugar Daddies, Drowning on Dry Land, and the universally acclaimed Private Fears in Public Places, described by Newsday's Linda Winer as "an exquisitely modulated chamber sextet about the unpredictable depths and overlapping absurdities of middleage melancholy."

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Four unpublished plays with a new introduction by Alan Ayckbourn, one of the most popular dramatists writing in Britain today.

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