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  • Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Revised TCG Edition) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Revised TCG

    In the aftermath of the Civil War, England stands at a crossroads. Food shortages, economic instability, and a corrupt political system threaten to plunge the country into darkness and despair. The Parliament men who fought against tyranny now argue for compromise, but the people are hungry for change. For a brief moment, a group of rebels dare to imagine an age of hope in which freedom will be restored to the land.Caryl Churchill is a renowned and prolific play wright. Her plays include Cloud 9, Top Girls, Far Away, Love and Information, Mad Forest, and A Number. In 2002, she received the Obie Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2010, she was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.

  • ASIN: 1559365951
  • The 43rd Foot (1742). The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. (Trading Card) 1937 Carreras History of Army Uniforms - Tobacco [Base] #40 (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The 43rd Foot (1742). The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. (Trading Card) 1937 Carreras History of Army Uniforms - Tobacco [Base]

    1937 Carreras History of Army Uniforms - Tobacco [Base] #40 - The 43rd Foot (1742). The Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry.

  • Brand: Carreras History of Army Uniforms
  • ASIN: B00S7ERFUY
  • The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (24 x 36) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (24 x

    The 2.4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 36.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

  • Color: Varies
  • Brand: Posterazzi
  • ASIN: B07GXB3WVZ
  • The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The Story of the 2/4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light

  • ASIN: B0083ZQHSI
  • The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 43rd & 52nd Foot. Ungraded COMC Good to VG-EX (Trading Card) 1915 B.D.V. Regimental Emblems Silks - Tobacco [Base] #31 (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 43rd & 52nd Foot. Ungraded COMC Good to VG-EX (Trading Card) 1915 B.D.V. Regimental Emblems Silks - Tobacco [Base]

    1915 B.D.V. Regimental Emblems Silks - Tobacco [Base] #31 - The Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, 43rd & 52nd Foot. Ungraded COMC Good to VG-EX

  • Brand: B.D.V. Regimental Emblems Silks
  • ASIN: B00QATSRPK
  • Churchill Plays: 1: Owners; Traps; Vinegar Tom; Light Shining in Buckinghamshire; Cloud Nine (Contemporary Dramatists) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    Churchill Plays: 1: Owners; Traps; Vinegar Tom; Light Shining in Buckinghamshire; Cloud Nine (Contemporary

    In Traps, a set of characters meet themselves and their pasts to create "plenty of sinewy lines and joyous juxtapostions" (Plays and Players); Vinegar Tom "is set in the world of seventeenth-century witchcraft, but it speaks, through its striking images and its plethora of ironic contradictions, of and to this century..." (Tribune); Light Shining in Buckinghamshire is set during the Civil War and "unflinchingly shows the intolerance that was the obverse side of the demand for common justice. Deftly, it sketches in the kind of social conditions.. that led to hunger for revolution...The play has an austere eloquence that precisely matches its subject." (The Guardian) Cloud Nine sheds light on some of the British Empire's repressed dark side and is "a marvelous play - sometimes scurrilous, always observed with wicked accuracy, and ultimately, surprisingly, rather moving. It plunges straight to the heart of the endless convolutions of sexual mores...and does so with acrobatic wit." (Guardian) Owners:"I was in an old woman's flat when a young man offering her money to move came round, that was one of the starting points of the play" (Caryl Churchill).The plays in this volume represent the best of Churchill's writing up to and including her emergence onto the international theatre scen...

  • ASIN: B00GMIUFIQ
  • Switch Plate Triple Rocker/GFCI - Windmill Buckinghamshire Wooden Old Cloud Uk (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    Switch Plate Triple Rocker/GFCI - Windmill Buckinghamshire Wooden Old Cloud

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  • ASIN: B07NCGD9X9
  • The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (18 x 24) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (18 x

    The 2.4th Oxford shire and Buckinghamshire light Infantry soldier is a licensed reproduction that was printed on premium heavy stock paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

  • Color: Varies
  • Brand: Posterazzi
  • ASIN: B07GX9R3BV
  • The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Trading Card) 1939 Gallaher Army Badges - Tobacco [Base] #18 (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Trading Card) 1939 Gallaher Army Badges - Tobacco [Base]

    1939 Gallaher Army Badges - Tobacco [Base] #18 - The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry

  • Brand: Gallaher Army Badges
  • ASIN: B00NCI1BZA
  • 2 DIVISION 5 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2nd Battalion : 4 August 1914 - 30 March 1919 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/1348) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    2 DIVISION 5 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2nd Battalion : 4 August 1914 - 30 March 1919 (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B0144PXU6C
  • The 2.4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by G.K. Rose (24 x 36) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    The 2.4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by G.K. Rose (24 x

    The 2.4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 24.00 x 36.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

  • ASIN: B01M7URPBU
  • 61 DIVISION 184 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2/4th Battalion : 1 December 1915 - 30 April 1919 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/3067/1) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    61 DIVISION 184 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2/4th Battalion : 1 December 1915 - 30 April 1919 (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRUZ5G
  • The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1939 Gallaher Cigarettes Army Badges #18 (GOOD) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1939 Gallaher Cigarettes Army Badges #18

    Vintage pre-WW2 British tobacco card.

  • ASIN: B00CCK8EMW
  • A Study Guide for Caryl Churchill's BUY NOW

    A Study Guide for Caryl Churchill's "Light Shining in Buckinghamshire" (Drama For

    A Study Guide for Caryl Churchill's "Light Shining in Buckinghamshire," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Drama For Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Drama For Students for all of your research needs.

  • ASIN: B01LO3GC8A
  • 20 DIVISION 60 Infantry Brigade King's Royal Rifle Corps 12th Battalion and Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 6th Battalion : 21 July 1915 ... (First World War, War Diary, WO95/2120) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    20 DIVISION 60 Infantry Brigade King's Royal Rifle Corps 12th Battalion and Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 6th Battalion : 21 July 1915 ... (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRQ0BE
  • The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (18 x 24) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The 24th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier Poster Print by GK Rose (18 x

    The 2.4th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Soldier is a licensed reproduction that was printed on Premium Heavy Stock Paper which captures all of the vivid colors and details of the original. The overall paper size is 18.00 x 24.00 inches. This print is ready for hanging or framing and would make a great addition to your home or office decor.

  • ASIN: B01M29OL64
  • Switch Plate Triple Rocker/GFCI - Windmill Buckinghamshire Wooden Old Cloud Uk 1 (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    Switch Plate Triple Rocker/GFCI - Windmill Buckinghamshire Wooden Old Cloud Uk

    Tree26: Makes a world of differenceTree26 is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of decorative switch wall plates.A simple change can make a huge impact on the look and feel of any room.Change out your old wall plates and give any room a brand new feel.Superior QualityMade of heavy duty, high quality metal.Smooth face and rounded edges resist dust accumulation.Easy to clean and easy to install.Leading TechnologyDesign is directly printed on metal switch wall plate by UV printer.High gloss finish, protect from discoloration and abrasion.Color matched screws are included.Amazon Custom AvailableImage or Text customization, such as anime, cartoon, animal, car, people, sport, video game, etc.Please search B07M6H28QD on Amazon for the customizable switch plate triple rocker/GFCI.ShippingThis product will be shipped by USPS in 1-2 business days from China.Tracking number will be provided for each order.Normally 76% orders will take about 7 to 14 business days, the other 24% orders will take 15 to 28 business days.

  • Brand: Tree26
  • ASIN: B07NCFK2JL
  • 48 DIVISION 145 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1/4 Battalion : 27 March 1915 - 31 October 1917 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/2764/1) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    48 DIVISION 145 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1/4 Battalion : 27 March 1915 - 31 October 1917 (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRRIBK
  • Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    Light Shining in

    Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, was published anonymously on December 5th, 1648 at a time when direct action was being taken to throw down enclosures in the County. Local experience no doubt informed its criticism of the existing order but it is also true that similar ideas were expressed across the country. There was widespread hostility to the monarchy, lords, Church, land owners and lawyers for their use of William the Conqueror’s ‘Norman law’ to rob the people of their natural rights. This, they contended, was in opposition to the word of God identified in ’Holy Scriptures’.

  • ASIN: B01M1J55MK
  • 14 DIVISION 42 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 5th Battalion : 18 May 1915 - 20 June 1918 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/1900/4) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    14 DIVISION 42 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 5th Battalion : 18 May 1915 - 20 June 1918 (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B0144Q3OVW
  • 48 DIVISION 145 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1st Battalion : 30 March 1915 - 31 October 1917 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/2763/2) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    48 DIVISION 145 Infantry Brigade Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 1st Battalion : 30 March 1915 - 31 October 1917 (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRRICE
  • 26 DIVISION 78 Infantry Brigade Headquarters, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment) 7th Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light ... (First World War, War Diary, WO95/2253/2) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    26 DIVISION 78 Infantry Brigade Headquarters, Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment) 7th Battalion, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light ... (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRR62G
  • Historical Records of the Forty-Third Regiment, Monmouthshire Light Infantry.(Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire L.I.) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    Historical Records of the Forty-Third Regiment, Monmouthshire Light Infantry.(Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire

    A Regimental history of a British Army unit, originally called the 54th, then the 43rd Regiment, (Monmouthshire Light Infantry), later incorporated into the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry. Formed in 1741, the Regiment's first action came during the War of Austrian Succession when it defended the island of Minorca. The writer gives vivid and humane accounts of regimental life in its early years - including a fearsome punishment for cowardice known as 'riding the horse'. The 43rd were present at Wolfe's great victory at Quebec, and the author gives a colourful account of the battle, and of its next engagement in the American War of Independence, in which it fought at Lexington, Bunker Hill and finally Yorktown. During the Napoleonic Wars, the regiment was present at Sir John Moore's retreat to Corunna, the disastrous Walcheren expedition, and the Peninsular war in which it fought at the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onoro, the storming of Ciudad Roderigo and Badajoz, the battles of Vittoria and Salamanca, the Nive and Toulouse. It was back in North America in the War of 1812, and was present at the battle of New Orleans.

  • ASIN: 178151951X
  • 61 DIVISION 184 Infantry Brigade Gloucestershire Regiment 2/5th Battalion (Territorial) and Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2/1st Bucks ... (First World War, War Diary, WO95/3066) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    61 DIVISION 184 Infantry Brigade Gloucestershire Regiment 2/5th Battalion (Territorial) and Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry 2/1st Bucks ... (First World War, War Diary,

    No modern editing, opinions or poorly judged comments, just The Great War day by day, written by the men who fought this ‘War to end all Wars’. Full colour facsimile of each and every page. So – what exactly is a War Diary and why should I want to read one? 
Put simply, a War Diary records what the particular unit was doing each day. It contains a wealth of information that catalogues its various activities, whether it is bitter and costly fighting, or more mundane tasks such as training. It is generally the only record to indicate what soldiers probably did during the war. Make no mistake – there never was a detailed record kept of what each soldier or officer did at any given time. That type of minutia record keeping does not exist even today. What were kept were the diaries of the unit the man belonged to. You can read exactly what a unit did and, from that, infer what actions the men assigned to that unit did. The War Diaries are among the most popular documents to be sought at The National Archives. Chronological index to each volume. Secret and confidential intelligence. Operational orders. Battalion and company orders. Timing of attacks and attack objectives. Discipline. Meteorological weather reports. Trench raids and night attacks. Equipment diagrams and line ...

  • ASIN: B019WRUZ1A
  • Media Storehouse Framed 20x16 Print of Sunlight Through Autumn Forest Leaves (18253433) (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    Media Storehouse Framed 20x16 Print of Sunlight Through Autumn Forest Leaves

    FRAMED 20X16 PRINT. 22x18 inch (56x46cm) Framed Print with Black Satin (white border) Artwork depicting Sunlight Through Autumn Forest Leaves. Beech Woods, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Wooden frame and print with digital mat. Overall outside dimensions are 22x18 inch (559x457mm). Finished back features brown backing paper, hanging bracket and corner bumpers. Glazed with durable Styrene Plastic to provide a virtually unbreakable

  • Brand: Media Storehouse
  • ASIN: B07MRNLLWG
  • Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    Light Shining in

    "Even more than an immediately impressive exercise in historical drama, the play deals in the rawness of life during the Civil War and the crazy mixture of ideals and half truths which led a group of free-loving pantheistic communists to set their standard against the standard of false revolution of Cromwell's parliamentarians." -Steve Grant"The play has an austere eloquence that precisely matches its subject." -The Guardian"A play that commands one's attention and that can lead to enlightenment." -Mel Gussow, New York TimesAn early masterwork by one of the world’s leading playwrights, Light Shining in Buckinghamshire is an impressive exercise in historical drama, dealing with the rawness of life during England’s Civil War. It was first staged in 1976 at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs and revived at the National Theatre in 1996.Caryl Churchill has written for the stage, television and radio. A renowned and prolific playwright, her plays include Cloud Nine, Top Girls, Far Away, Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?, Bliss, Love and Information, Mad Forest and A Number. In 2002, she received the Obie Lifetime Achievement Award and 2010, she was inducted into the American Theater Hall of Fame.

  • Brand: Brand: Theatre Communications Group
  • ASIN: 1559361301
  • The Story of the 2/4Th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Classic Reprint) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The Story of the 2/4Th Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (Classic

    Soldier of the Battalion -- Frontispiece Colonel W. H. A mes, T.D. Facing page i Pay-day for AC ompany -- -,, 5R obecq from the South -- -,, ,, ig Brigadier-G eneral the Hon. R. White, C.B. -48 A Front-line Post -69 Company Sergeant-M ajor E. Brooks, V.C. -101 Vlamerting-he The Road to Ypres -- 128 Hill 35, from an aeroplane photograph -137 AS treet in Arras -144 Tank Dump -- 146 In a German gun-pit near Gavrelle -- 150 The Canal du Nord at Ytres -155 Lieut.-C olonel H. E. de R. Wetherall, D.S.O., M.C. 169 Robecq. Old Mill and Bridge -- 184 The Headquarters Runners, July, 1918 -199 Corporal A. Wilcox, V.C. -- 215 Officers of the Battalion, December, 1918 -- 218 i84th Infantry Brigade Staff -219 The A djutant. Cambrai. The Battalion Cooks -220 Lieut.-C olonel E. M. Woulfe-F lanagan, C.M.G., D.S.O. R.S.M. W. Hedley, D.C.M. R.Q.M.S. Hedges 221 ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT Winchester Trench -- 11 The March to the Somme -21 Somme Trench Map -37 Maisoii Poothieu -- 45 Harbonnieres -50 The A blaincourt Sector -57 AD uckboarded Communication Trench -73 The Advance to St. Quentin -83 The Raid near St. Quentin -95 Arras :T he Grande Place -no Noeux Village -113 Poperinghe from the West -118 The Attack of August 22, 19117 -- 123 The Attack on Hill 35 -133 The Retreat behind the Somme -- 167 Bi...

  • ASIN: B008WUS3HC
  • The story of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry (the old 43rd and 52nd regiments) (Light Buckinghamshire) BUY NOW

    The story of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire light infantry (the old 43rd and 52nd

  • ASIN: B003Z4L354
  • More Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    More Light Shining in

    More Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, appeared on 30 March 1649, two days before digging started on St George's Hill and toward then end of local attempts to throw down enclosures. As a sequel, it covers much the same ground as Light Shining in Buckinghamshire reflecting its hostility to the monarchy, lords, Church, land owners and lawyers. Once again the argument is proved in reference to the Bible and reading of ‘Holy Scripture’.

  • ASIN: B0773NGY89
  • More Light Shining in Buckinghamshire (Buckinghamshire Light) BUY NOW

    More Light Shining in

    More Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, appeared on 30 March 1649, two days before digging started on St George's Hill and toward then end of local attempts to throw down enclosures. As a sequel, it covers much the same ground as Light Shining in Buckinghamshire reflecting its hostility to the monarchy, lords, Church, land owners and lawyers. Once again the argument is proved in reference to the Bible and reading of ‘Holy Scripture’.

  • ASIN: 1537366726

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