My Mother Said I Never Should
Charlotte Keatley's first main stage play My Mother Said I Never Shouldexplores the difficult relationships between mothers and daughters,moving the playback and forth between the lives offour generations of women—their desire to love and be loved, their expectations and choices, allset against the backdrop of enormous social changeduring the twentieth century.
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 30th 1994 by Methuen Drama
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I really enjoyed reading this play and it really touched me. Especially Jackie's separation from Rosie - I cried a couple of times I must admit. I found the differences between the characters very interesting, but there was always a sort of underlying similarity... I hope to one day see this performed.