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Journey's End


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 Name of Book

 Journey's End 

Name of Author

R.C. Sherriff

 Language of Book

 English

 Size of Book

  6 MB

Total Pages 

 134

Category of Book

Drama


Brief description of the book Journey's End:-

The Heinemann Plays series offers contemporary drama and classic plays in durable classroom editions. Many have large casts and an equal mix of boy and girl parts. This play deals with the horror and futility of trench warfare, as Captain Stanhope and his officers await an attack in their dugout.

A dug-out in the British trenches before St. Quentin. A few rough steps lead into the trench above, through a low doorway. A table occupies a good space on the dug-out floor. A wooden frame, covered with wire netting, stands against the left wall and serves the double purpose of a bed and a seat for the table. A wooden bench against the back wall makes another seat, and two boxes serve for the other sides. Another wire-covered bed is fixed in the right corner beyond the doorway. Gloomy tunnels lead out of the dug-out to left and right. Except for the table, beds, and seats, there is no furniture save the bottles holding the candles, and a few tattered magazine pictures pinned to the wall of girls in flimsy costumes. The earth walls deaden the sounds of war, making them faint and far away, although the front line is only fifty yards ahead. The flames of the candles that burn day and night are steady in the still, damp air. 


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