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Bond, Edward

BOND, Edward

BOND, Edward. British, b. 1934. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Poetry, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Philosophy, Politics/Government, Social commentary, Theatre, Translations. Publications: PLAYS: The Pope's Wedding, 1962; Saved, 1965; Narrow Road to the Deep North, 1968; Early Morning, 1968; Passion, 1971; Black Mass, 1971; Lear, 1972; The Sea, 1973; Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death, 1974; The Fool, 1976; A-A-America (Grandma Faust, and The Swing), 1976; Stone, 1976; The Bundle, 1978; The Woman, 1978; The Worlds, 1980; Restoration, 1981; Summer, 1982; Derek, 1983; Human Cannon, 1984; War Plays (Red, Black and Ignorant; The Tin Can People; Great Peace), 1985; Jackets, 1989; In the Company of Men, 1990; September, 1990; Olly's Prison (for TV), 1993; Tuesday (for TV), 1993; Coffee: A Tragedy, 1995; At the Inland Sea: A Play for Young People, 1996; Eleven Vests, 1997; The Crime of the Twenty-First Century, 1999; The Children, 2000; Chair, 2000; Have I None, 2001; Existence, 2002; Born, 2003; The Balancing Act, 2003; Collected Plays 1977-2003, 7 vols., 2003. LIBRETTOS: We Come to the River, 1977; The English Cat, 1983. TRANSLATOR: Chekhov's Three Sisters, 1967; Wedekind's Spring Awakening, 1974; (with E. Bond-Pable) Wedekind's Lulu, 1992. OTHER: Theatre Poems and Songs, 1978; Collected Poems 1978-1985, 1987; Notes on Post-Modernism, 1990; Letters, 6 vols., 1994-2000; Selected Notebooks, vol. 1, 2000, vol. 2, 2001; The Hidden Plot: Notes on Theatre and the State, 2000. Address: c/o Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Ltd, National House, 60-66 Wardour St, London W1V 3HP, England.

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