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Two' & 'Bed' (Modern Cl. Jim Cartwright is one of the mavericks of British theatre ―Daily Telegraph.
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Серия: Modern Classics. Jones is the amoral, bisexual protagonist of this great, unfinished novel, who discovers that bed-hopping rather than literary ability is the way to get published.
Серия: Modern Classics. Living by his wits and his charm, Jones makes his way through the exotic boudoirs of the glitterati - only to discover that the prayers that are answered cause more pain than those that remain ignored.
Jim Cartwright was born in Farnworth, Lancashire in 1958 . Bed (1991) dispenses entirely with traditional notions of narrative and adopts an abstract style in terms of both form and content, yet its themes.
Jim Cartwright was born in Farnworth, Lancashire in 1958 and educated at Harper Green Secondary Modern School, Farnworth. Jim Cartwright has been made an Honorary Fellow of the University Of Bolton, a visiting Professor at Salford University and his old school, Harper Green, have named a building in his honour. Critical perspective.
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'Jim Cartwright is one of the mavericks of British theatre' Daily Telegraph
Two: 'A sharp, salty, quickfire evocation of the surface gaiety and underlying melancholia of English pub life.' The Guardian
Bed: 'It's insights into the twilight world of old age are remarkable, Cartwright's ode to sleep fizzes with puns and free association and brims with the confidence of a craftsman who can work as happily with surrealism as naturalism as he teases out snippets of life story from the ancient occupants of the bed.' City Limits
'This extraordinarily gifted and original voice . . . populates the space with broad humour, dry wit and often shudderingly moving poetry.' Time Out