JOHNSON OVER JORDAN A Play by J. B. Priestley

JOHNSON OVER JORDAN A Play

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A London success in the Outward Bound tradition. Priestley is obsessed with the conception of Time, and this is another contribution to the theme in the story of a man who had died, is aware of two existing personalities, two states of being, as he seems suspended between two worlds. He sees his past in snatches -- and glimpses the future. Symbolic treatment. There is a section at the and on the production and the state of the English drama. The play packs a wallop and is unusual.

Pub Date: Nov. 3rd, 1939
Publisher: Harper