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Fifth of July by Lanford Wilson
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Fifth of July (edition 1998)

by Lanford Wilson (Author)

Series: Talley Cycle (3)

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In Lanford Wilson's masterful playFifth of July, part of the Talley Trilogy, a group of friends who came of age in the sixties have a reunion in an old Missouri farmhouse, where their reminiscences reveal shattered hopes, buried resentments, lost dreams, and the unhealed trauma of the Vietnam War. "The characters are mostly flamboyant, their dialogue crackles with laugh-inducing lines and we find ourselves dazzled by Wilson's virtuoso writing." - Hollywood Reporter… (more)
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Info:Dramatists Play Service (1998), 86 pages
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In Lanford Wilson's masterful playFifth of July, part of the Talley Trilogy, a group of friends who came of age in the sixties have a reunion in an old Missouri farmhouse, where their reminiscences reveal shattered hopes, buried resentments, lost dreams, and the unhealed trauma of the Vietnam War. "The characters are mostly flamboyant, their dialogue crackles with laugh-inducing lines and we find ourselves dazzled by Wilson's virtuoso writing." - Hollywood Reporter

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