Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs (Acting Edition S.)
By: David Halliwell (author)Paperback
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In a squalid attic flat in the the freezing darkness of a Huddersfield winter, Malcolm Scrawdyke and his fellow Northern art students smoke and rehearse their revolutionary assault upon authority. According to Malcolm, the choice is simple: 'Freedom or serfdom'. The manifesto established, the 'Party of Dynamic Erection' begins its surreal offensive upon the eunuchs (dunces) who stand in the way of inevitable triumph. David Halliwell's classic play is set in the Sixties, an age given over to youth and rebellion.
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