Books Like Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard | Suggesting Reading

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1966) by Tom Stoppard. This comedy is Stoppard's most celebrated play, based on two minor characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Jumpers (1972) by Tom Stoppard. Stoppard's most spectacular dramatic production, this play features a troupe of gymnastic philosophers, among other zany characters.

Arcadia (1994) by Tom Stoppard. This Stoppard play is set simultaneously in three different time periods: 1809, 1812, and the present.

The Real Thing (1982) by Tom Stoppard. This piece is one of Stoppard's most celebrated plays. It is structured as a play-within-a-play.

Travesties (1974) by Tom Stoppard. This Tony Award-winning play takes place in Zurich in 1917, where three famous revolutionaries the Marxist leader Lenin, the British writer James Joyce, and the dadaist poet Tristan Tzara all lived simultaneously.

Conversations with Stoppard (1995) by Tom Stoppard. This text is a collection of interviews between Stoppard and New York Times critic Mel Gussow.

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