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Fiction
ISBN: 0582020964
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 328 pages
Publisher Longman (October 17, 1988)
Category: Fiction
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With an introduction by. B. iden payne. Garden City New York

With an introduction by. Garden City New York. Harold Brighouse is a Manchester man, and those of his plays which deal with Lancashire life are the most richly individualized. So, too, the most far-reaching result of Miss Horniman's Theatre has been the growth of a Lancashire drama which has made Lancashire live for thousands where before it was no more than an empty name.

A Lancashire Comedy in Four Acts. By. Harold brighouse. Hobson's Choice was originally produced in America. Its first English production took place on June 22, 1916, at the Apollo Theatre, London, with the following cast: ALICE HOBSON. Miss Lydia Bilbrooke.

Hobson's Choice is a play by Harold Brighouse, the title taken from the popular expression, Hobson's choice-meaning no choice at all (from Thomas Hobson 1545–1631 who ran a thriving livery stable in Cambridge)

Hobson's Choice is a play by Harold Brighouse, the title taken from the popular expression, Hobson's choice-meaning no choice at all (from Thomas Hobson 1545–1631 who ran a thriving livery stable in Cambridge). The first production was at the Princess Theatre in New York

A Hobson's choice is a free choice in which only one thing is offered. Because a person may refuse to accept what is offered, the two options are taking it or taking nothing

A Hobson's choice is a free choice in which only one thing is offered. Because a person may refuse to accept what is offered, the two options are taking it or taking nothing. In other words, one may "take it or leave it". The phrase is said to have originated with Thomas Hobson (1544–1631), a livery stable owner in Cambridge, England, who offered customers the choice of either taking the horse in his stall nearest to the door or taking none at all.

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York Notes are guides to literature in English, covering major British, American, Commonwealth and Third World works as well as English translations of some important writings in other languages. The Notes are designed for GCSE and A level and are tailored to exam requirements. The books provide criticism on specific texts plus questions. Information on the author and the historical background to the text is given and a specimen essay, commentaries, hints for study and a summary of the text is included. The present book provides a commentary and notes on Harold Brighouse's "Hobsons Choice".