Edition: Paperback
ISBN: 9780571170463
Published:
No of pages: 192

Potter on Potter

£12.99

British television's pre-eminent playwright - latterly a novelist and film-maker - talks with passionate erudition, disarming candour and acerbic wit about the early influences that shaped him and led to his pioneering use of non-naturalism, to his self-reflexive subversion of film and TV cliches, his controversial approach to sex, politics, religion and the double-edged puritanism of the English condition. The book presents a remarkable portrait of a man for whom writing is, first and foremost, a vocation.

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Categorised as: Music, Stage & Screen
Sub-categories: Theatre Books
Genres & Themes: Interviews; Directors on Directors; Television

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