After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard

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After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard ❮Reading❯ ➺ After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard ➲ Author Tom Stoppard – Polishdarling.co.uk Mother lies prone on an ironing board under a basket of fruit suspended from the ceiling, while a young couple the girl in a ball dress, the man stripped to the waist in waders are frantically changin Mother lies prone on an ironing A Play. eBook ✓ board under a basket of fruit suspended from the ceiling, while a young couple the girl in a ball dress, the man stripped to the waist in waders are frantically changing light bulbs through a street window at the back a policeman spies on this domestic scene in a posture of frozen astonishmentYou see the author at full stretch when the police burst in and embark on a lunatic investigation involving four characters who all see the facts in a totally different light, and pounce on every ambiguous word to shoot After Magritte: Kindle - off in their own direction the dialogue operates like a railway junction with a madman switching over the points Irving Wardle in The Times.

  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard
  • Tom Stoppard
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 0573620024

About the Author: Tom Stoppard

Sir Tom Stoppard OM, CBE, FRSL, A Play. eBook ✓ is a British screenwriter and playwrightBorn Tom StrausslerSee.



10 thoughts on “After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard

  1. Hasan Abbasi Hasan Abbasi says:

  2. Ben Ben says:

    A very odd play Essentially a very surreal tale of detection, somewhat like The Real Inspector Hound I really enjoyed the aspects of Magritte s work into the play, but it was also quite an odd play Obviously very surreal, and funny Not entirely sure how much I would enjoy actually seeing it outside of how all of the interesting staging would look but I did enjoy reading it I also loved how Stoppard tied everything together at the end in such an amusing fashion.

  3. tomwrote tomwrote says:

    A deliriously witty and surreal play, paying homage to Magritte through visual puns and the loveably daft nature of it s plot Light and very funny this has wordplay of the highest order and a serious intelligence cutting loose.

  4. Kitty Kitty says:

    Well, blow on the light, and whether you meant Maigret, Margaret, but classify a Tuba along with femur and fibula Magritte style, recognizable icons of Magritte paintings wend their way into the play to contradict, almost beyond delightful.

  5. Becky Becky says:

    Absurd as only Tom Stoppard can be this one was almost TOO absurd for me I laughed, of course, but it just didn t hit me like some of his other plays.

  6. P P says:

    Did this play in college and had lots of fun in the role of Harris Director was a fellow undergraduate student part of the Student Director class Tom Stoppard is hilarious

  7. Jalen Lyle-Holmes Jalen Lyle-Holmes says:

    Fun little comedy Less ideas or substance than stoppard s other stuff,straight comedy.

  8. Pranav Pranav says:

    I don t think I got it.

  9. Ella Ella says:

    Will you kindly stop interrupting while I am about to embark on my exegesis Short and funny play that ties up all the loose ends neatly.

  10. Duncan Hendry Duncan Hendry says:

    Fun little stupid little play.

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10 thoughts on “After Magritte: A Play. by Tom Stoppard

  1. Hasan Abbasi Hasan Abbasi says:


  2. Ben Ben says:

    A very odd play Essentially a very surreal tale of detection, somewhat like The Real Inspector Hound I really enjoyed the aspects of Magritte s work into the play, but it was also quite an odd play Obviously very surreal, and funny Not entirely sure how much I would enjoy actually seeing it outside of how all of the interesting staging would look but I did enjoy reading it I also loved how Stoppard tied everything together at the end in such an amusing fashion.


  3. tomwrote tomwrote says:

    A deliriously witty and surreal play, paying homage to Magritte through visual puns and the loveably daft nature of it s plot Light and very funny this has wordplay of the highest order and a serious intelligence cutting loose.


  4. Kitty Kitty says:

    Well, blow on the light, and whether you meant Maigret, Margaret, but classify a Tuba along with femur and fibula Magritte style, recognizable icons of Magritte paintings wend their way into the play to contradict, almost beyond delightful.


  5. Becky Becky says:

    Absurd as only Tom Stoppard can be this one was almost TOO absurd for me I laughed, of course, but it just didn t hit me like some of his other plays.


  6. P P says:

    Did this play in college and had lots of fun in the role of Harris Director was a fellow undergraduate student part of the Student Director class Tom Stoppard is hilarious


  7. Jalen Lyle-Holmes Jalen Lyle-Holmes says:

    Fun little comedy Less ideas or substance than stoppard s other stuff,straight comedy.


  8. Pranav Pranav says:

    I don t think I got it.


  9. Ella Ella says:

    Will you kindly stop interrupting while I am about to embark on my exegesis Short and funny play that ties up all the loose ends neatly.


  10. Duncan Hendry Duncan Hendry says:

    Fun little stupid little play.


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