Talking Heads 2
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Talking Heads 2

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Features stories like Playing Sandwiches with David Haig, The Hand of God with Eileen Atkins, Nights in the Gardens of Spain with Penelope Wilton, Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet with Patricia Routledge, and, The Outside Dog with Julie Walters. This title is a collection of monologues, tales of loneliness and eccentricity.
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Published October 5th 1998 by BBC Books
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Ria
Feb 20, 2008 Ria rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Ria by: My sister Fiona
Some good short monologues in here but in general the quality is not as good as the first Talking heads book. The endings of the stories in this volume are a bit abrupt and doesn't tie the stories up as well as its predessor.
Rachel
So poignant and well observed.
Ipswichblade
Follow up to the original Talking Heads which I also read this month. Once again very well written and as Bennett himself says more miserable then the original!
Fiona
this bok is not the same standard as the first.
Sue
Perfection - a fantastic read.
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