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Critical Essay | Robert Cushman

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Robert Cushman.
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Robert Cushman

SOURCE: A review of The Tooth of Crime, in Plays and Players, Vol. 19, No. 228, September, 1972, pp. 49-50.

The Tooth of Crime was first produced at London's Open Space Theatre in 1972. In the following review of that performance, Cushman criticizes the play as being a simplistic story of dueling musicians.

I must begin, like everybody else, by quoting the programme note, though since it was prefaced by the injunction 'NB' I am perhaps only doing my duty: 'A good deal of this play has been written in an ";invented language"; derived from contemporary American idioms such as sports vernacular, underworld slang and musicians' jargon.' The warning was pasted onto the programme on a separate slip and was presumably the product of last-minute alarm. It proved in the end to be a source of consolation as well as...

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