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Mossy Cape: A Play In Two Acts

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Introduce young audiences to King Lear with this captivating romance. No, the king doesn't appear, but the plot is similar because Shakespeare and Rosemary Poole-Carter both adapted their scripts from the ancient legend about the foolish old monarch and his three daughters. The "king" in this drama is Ole Daddy, who rules his plantation from his wicker chair on the veranda ...more
Published 1994 by I.E. Clark
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I'm a novelist and playwright, whose work focuses on the history and eccentricity of the American South. My novel WOMEN OF MAGDALENE is set in a post-Civil War ladies' lunatic asylum, WHAT REMAINS is an historical mystery set on a rundown plantation, and JULIETTE ASCENDING is a young adult historical set during Mardi Gras. My plays have been produced in the United States and Europe, and include MO ...more
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