Books Like Sergeant Musgrave's Dance by John Arden | Suggesting Reading

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The Royal Pardon: The Soldier Who Became an Actor (1966)is a play written by Arden and his wife. It also concerns a soldier who deserts the army.

Voices from the Ranks: A Personal Narrative of the Crimean Campaign by a Serjeant of the Royal Fusiliers is a memoir written by Timothy Gowling and edited by Kenneth Fenwich. Published in 1954, the book reflects on the conditions of army life during the Crimean War.

Arden's 1960 play entitled Happy Haven features characters who question and rebel against authority.

Written by Bertolt Brecht in 1941, Mother Courage and Her Children is an antiwar epic that illustrates the devastating effects of violence and war.

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