Jaysus, Lisa, your questions read like poems … my who? Painter-twin?? Ahem, of course, oh yes, absolutely, William Turner! (Quickly googling here) … Ah! Yes, yes, The Painter of Light … light is everything, everywhere, even in our brightest hour we are grovelling for the light…
Accompanied by full production details, it both preserves the texts of ephemeral theatrical experience and provides the mechanics for re-staging them.
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“…just having people listen to the story, was incredibly thrilling.”
“She did all the proofreading, kept her books, filed her taxes, hired and paid staff, tracked royalties and paid writers.”
Though Mum was warm and sociable, with a host of good friends, she had an instinctive and deep-rooted sympathy for rebels and others who didn’t quite fit
Although written for a younger audience, Flannery still gives a fascinating character study of a young woman who is forced to grow up too quickly.