Books Like Plenty by David Hare | Suggested Reading

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Paris by Night is another of Hare's works. It was first published in 1988, and was written expressly for film. The story is about an English woman attending a political conference in Paris who must confront her limits and her understanding of herself.

The television play Licking Hitler (1978) was written by Hare at the same time he was working on Plenty. It takes place during World War II and, like Plenty, explores the themes of honesty and dishonesty in the public and private realms.

Sefton Delmar's Black Boomerang(l962) was used by Hare as a factual source for Licking Hitler. In this autobiographical work, Delmar details his direct involvement in the black propaganda efforts of Britain during World War II.

Hedda Gabler (1890), a play by Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen, is the story of a strong female protagonist. The title character, Hedda, struggles with the world in...

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