This is not a play -- it is a series of long monologues in blank verse between Edward and Wally, culminating in the farewell...

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This is not a play -- it is a series of long monologues in blank verse between Edward and Wally, culminating in the farewell speech. The poetic value is questionable, the tone throughout lofty, a sort of spiritual-sentimental admixture. Opens shortly after their meeting, and from then on, only the Romeo and Juliet angle is presented, nothing of politics. Can't see a place for it. Pass it up.

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Publisher: Somerset Publishing Co.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937