About this title: This modest collection of John O'Loughlin's early literature is comprised of four one-act plays, two of which are straight dialogues, together with a couple of short stories which the author wrote at about the same time (1976), and which he believes to have a loosely poetic quality that deserve, for stylistic reasons, to be included with the plays, the title piece of which was intended to be a shamelessly facetious parody of Oscar Wilde, one of the authors he most admired as a youth.
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Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Date published: 7/1/2015 12: 00: 00 AM
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