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|Abstract:||The play "Total Eclipse," deals with incidents in the relationship of the French poets Verlaine and Rimbaud. Mr Hampton's vivid script explores the destructive effect of the two highly sensitive and cruel human beings on each other in the course of the few years they lived together. Though set in the closing decades of the ninetheenth century the play raises issues of personal alienation and youthful introspection which are curiously familiar to us today.|
|Description:||Scanned from the original held in Special Collections, Barr Smith Library|
|Call number:||792 T3743 TSA/ UaAdc 1970.2|
|Appears in Collections:||Theatre programmes|
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