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Let Me Hear You Whispe...
 
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Paul Zindel
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Let Me Hear You Whisper: A Play

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LET ME HEAR YOU WHISPER. The action is set in the laboratory of the American Biological Association Development for the Advancement of Brain Analysis, where curious experiments involving various mammals are taking place. Helen, a newly engaged cleaning lady, is particularly drawn to a dolphin and is shocked when she learns that, having failed to "talk" as hoped for, it is...more
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Published by HarperCollins Publishers (first published October 1st 2012)
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I can't believe I'm only the second person to review this book on Goodreads!! I remember reading Let Me Hear You Whisper in 8th grade. Middle school and high school teachers are missing out on a gem of a play that could help them introduce drama in an exciting way. There are plenty of plays for pre-K to 3rd or 4th grade, but then I perceive a gap until 9th grade. This fills the gap. (So does The Miracle Worker by William Gibson.) Come on--ABADABA (American Biological Association Development for...more
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Paul Zindel was an American author, playwright and educator.

In 1964, he wrote The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds, his first and most successful play. The play ran off-Broadway in 1970, and on Broadway in 1971. It won the 1971 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It was also made into a 1972 movie by 20th Century Fox. Charlotte Zolotow, then a vice-president at Harper & Row (now Harper-...more
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