Summer Of The Aliens Louis Nowra is a well known Australian playwright He has also written fim scripts and for television

  • Title: Summer Of The Aliens
  • Author: Louis Nowra
  • ISBN: 9780868193250
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Paperback
  • Louis Nowra is a well known Australian playwright He has also written fim scripts and for television.

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    1. I'm not much of a play reader and I never have been. Studying Shakespeare and Sophocles in High School was always bothersome to me. I liked the plays, but I could never quite grasp them. They never felt real to me. I didn't have vivid images of the characters the way I do reading prose. In short, the words never left the page and became a living, breathing world.Enter Louis Nowra's Summer of the Aliens. A delightful read and a book I cannot fault. Every character is unique and attractive in thei [...]

    2. Hands down this is the best play I've read (and part performed for that matter). I can understand the negative comments though, to an extent. The first time I read it I wasn't overly impressed. I read it because I had to for my year 12 drama class. It seemed quite simple, childish almost. But of course in having to part-perform it I had to re-read it constantly, and try to really understand the characters. And what I found in doing this is that the subtext is really quite intense. There is a lot [...]

    3. I read this play as apart of my drama class, and I'd honestly recommend it to anyone wanting a new play to read. The story was enjoyable, the characters likable and the setting was imaginable. Even though it was a book I had to read for an assignment, it's honestly going to stay one of my favourite plays for a long time.

    4. I was lucky enough to see this when I was a teenager. Everything resonated with me and my friends. I'd say it was in the top ten plays I've ever seen. Memorable characters, a clear meaningful concepte/themes and helarious. Enjoyed reading it again recently.

    5. I only read this because I had to. If I didn't have to, I wouldn't. It's weird. Didn't like it at all. But thanks anyways.

    6. The term Greek tragedy resonates throughout the play's not until the end that you discover the significance. Mark Doyle's version of "our town" by Thornton Wilder

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