Spoonface Steinberg, the poignant monologue of a seven-year-old autistic girl dying of cancer, received unprecedented public acclaim following its first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in January 1977. Indeed, such was the response that a repeat broadcast was scheduled almost instantly and an audio release of the play was rushed into the stores. However, Spoonface is only one part of God's Country, an astonishing series of four plays, included in this book, from the ward-winning play-wright Lee Hall. All four plays I Luv You Jimmy Spud, The Sorrows of Sandra Saint, The Love Letters of Ragie Patel, and Spoonface Steinberg use the directness if their young characters to tackle, with touching profundity and humor, such difficult and complex subjects as falling in love, growing old, dying, and the existence of God. This is a book you'll not forget.From the Publisher:
Containing all four plays from the Radio 4 series IN GOD'S COUNTRY, which deal with life's fundamental issues from a child's point of view. Issues dealt with, by the children in the plays, include questioning the existence of God, faith, coping with death, parental relationships and divorce.
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Descripción BBC Books, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0563383984