CUE THE CHORUS: AN EVER-CHANGING IDIOM

by Alana Valentine
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CUE THE CHORUS: AN EVER-CHANGING IDIOM

by Alana Valentine

A response to Summer of the Seventeenth Doll by Ray Lawler

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Featuring contemporary responses to classic Australian plays, Cue the Chorus is a series from Currency Press in association with the Copyright Agency Limited. The series is written by respected Australian playwrights offering insights and personal responses to the work of their peers.

‘I unequivocally admire the courage and daring [Lawler] had to rail against both social conservatism in his choice of subjects and most especially theatrical conservatism in his use of language. But the worst, or perhaps the best of it, is that he has made me miss my grandmother terribly, the blunt beauty of her rough, abusive shows of affection, the way in which language provided a palpable armour against the pretensions of the class to which she did not belong.’ - Alana Valentine

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