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Author: John M. Synge
A three-act comedy by Irish playwright J.M. Synge, revolving around a couple of blind beggars who were mislead about their appearance by the townspeople in rural eastern Ireland two or more centuries ago. Download it today!
This one-act play by Irish playwright, J. M. Synge, revolves around a farmer, his wife, and a young herd. Download it today!
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Despite its brevity, critics consider this play to be Irish playwright, John M. Synge's best. It sums up the essence of the constant struggle between the isl...
The Playboy of the Western World is depicted through the eyes of others, the transformation of its young hero from timid weakling to paragon of bravery. Down...
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Inspired by the classic work of George Orwell, the fiction is a short allegory. Radha is a cow of cattle society who tries to compare her society with the hum...
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Jesus returns in the new millennium to hang out as a regular guy, only to find he is dealing with people's doubts about who he really is. Judgments of who he...