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  1. says:

    I am honestly not entirely sure what I thought of this? NB I only read The Real Inspector Hound not any of the other playsOn the one hand it was a fun little one act play that took me around twenty minutes to read and it made me laugh and it made me go what the hell? On the other hand I'm 100% positive I missed things and the cleverness of this play almost entirely went over my head I actually read this for Cannonball R

  2. says:

    My immediate takeaway when I finished was that it may be too absurdist for me But that doesn’t uite grasp the idea I was after From my limited experience with Stoppard he is always playing with words playing with meaning playing with intent and has no problem perhaps prefers to have his characters speaking at cross purposes What that does to a reader is leave them with a sense of whiplash and “what the heck just happened?”

  3. says:

    This is LSD type stuff Mrs Crook

  4. says:

    The Real Inspector Hound is one of Stoppard's finest plays and this volume has uite a few gems in it Hound is one of my favourites for it's blurring the lines between theatre and reality; we watch two critics watching a play who eventually get caught up in the action It's a comment on the banality of critical reviews especially for the kind of drama that initially appears to be going on on stage

  5. says:

    I have found it as difficult to understand as I did twenty five years ago but I like the development of the plot and how the characters move

  6. says:

    This collection of shorter works from the 1970s is among the better Tom Stoppard I've read The title piece a send up of Christie style whodunnits is a seamless work of beauty which effectively blurs the line between performers audience and the critics who attempt to mediate between them Both a poke at the formulaic structure of classic murde

  7. says:

    This is actually the same book as Plays one the first volume of the collected plays It contains four five or six plays depending on how you divide them New Found Land is embedded in Dirty Linen and Dogg's Hamlet and Cahoot's Macbeth are so interconnected that they could hardly be performed separately All are comedies with intenti

  8. says:

    Tom Stop Hard's play on words is catching Plays 1 The Real Inspector House was great Good fun An hilarious whodunnit The companion play After Magritte was good fun as well I enjoyed Dirty Linen New Found Land which are a good send up of Parliamentary sub committees All these so far read well on the page and I im

  9. says:

    A bunch of absurd plays that explore language and meaning and the relationship between actor and audience I didn't enjoy reading any of them but I often found myself thinking about how much skill it would take to perform

  10. says:

    So begins a read and reread of second half twentieth century modern and postmodern drama This volume of Stoppard's earlier plays is a mixed bag The Real Inspector Hound held my interest although it is better to see the play performed rather than read the script After Magritte was the exact opposite These two plays are often performed as a double feature and in my experience After Magritte has been the second

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Nd WikiMili The Free The Real Inspector Hound is a short one act play by Tom Stoppard The plot follows two theatre critics named Moon and Birdboot who are watching a ludicrous setup of a country house murder mystery in the style of a whodunit By chance they become involved in the action causing a series of events t The Real Inspector Hound UK EDITION | The Real Inspector Hound UK EDITION Buy Paperback uantity Buy Kindle Edition Tom Stoppard Published by Samuel French Ltd Male Female Drama critics Moon Birdboot arrive to watch the premiere of a new detective play a parody of the conventional stage thriller The Real Inspector Hound | Stage Whispers Written in the early s The Real Inspector Hound satirises the theatre critics of the time – of which he was one – and the melodramatics of Agatha Christie style murder mysteriesMercifully the verbose critics of the post war newspapers that Stoppard la. This collection of shorter works from the 1970s is among the better Tom Stoppard I ve read The title piece a send up of Christie style whodunnits is a seamless work of beauty which effectively blurs the line between performers audience and the critics who attempt to mediate between them Both a poke at the formulaic structure of classic murder mysteries as well as a dig at theater critics The Real Inspector Hound is non stop laughs Although the word clever is chronically over used the mesh between Stoppard s plot and dialogue earns it hereMuch the same praise extends to After Magritte which succeeds in exemplifying that artist s work It toys with the dichotomy between appearance and reality the subjective and the objective Specifically the capacity to view one s self objectively is called into uestion as is the inevitability of viewing others subjectivelyDirty Linen is paired with New Found Land and the two form an inseparable whole Stoppard has managed to recycle the same setting for two very different stories one taking place in the middle of the other Thus Dirty Linen a study of sexual s as they relate to people not just men in positions of power is effectively split into two scenes Between these appears New Found Land an hilarious concentrate of bad American stereotypes somehow both accurate and ludicrously off base at the same timeThe dog of the bunch here is Dogg s Hamlet which is a noble but failed experiment in the redefinition and understanding of language Stoppard effectively demonstrates how language is an act of collusion but his point is made in the introduction and the playing out of the scenario uickly becomes tedious as long streams of seemingly unrelated words fly past at a rapid pace Its companion piece Cahoot s Macbeth is generally much successful painting a picture of the absurdity with which totalitarian regimes must live in constant terror of the power of words Unfortunately because it is tied in directly to Dogg s Hamlet it cannot be separated from that piece in any meaningful way And by intertwining the two the end of Cahoot s Macbeth comes off a bit muddled and perfunctory like an engine suddenly running out of steamDespite the faults which Dogg s Hamlet introduces into this volume based on its contents it is clear that the overall uality of Stoppard s work during the 1970s was astonishing Fans of his work should be well pleased The Billionaires Desire play by Tom Stoppard The After the Flood plot follows two theatre critics named Moon and Birdboot who are watching a ludicrous setup of a country house murder mystery in the style of a whodunit By chance they become involved in the action causing a series of events t The Real Inspector Hound UK EDITION | The Real Inspector Hound UK EDITION Buy Paperback uantity Buy Kindle Edition Tom Stoppard Published by Samuel French Ltd Male Female Drama critics Moon Birdboot arrive to watch the Trust in Tomorrow premiere of a new detective Manga: Pure Soldier OTOMAIDEN 4 (English Edition): Strategy of Demonic Vassal Part 1 play a After the Flood parody of the conventional stage thriller The Real Inspector Hound | Stage Whispers Written in the early s The Real Inspector Hound satirises the theatre critics of the time – of which he was one – and the melodramatics of Agatha Christie style murder mysteriesMercifully the verbose critics of the Bronxwood post war newspapers that Stoppard la. 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Mpooned are long gone and though some critical jargon and clich still survives I’ll try hard to avoid it The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard Faber The Real Inspector Hound by STOPPARD TOM and a great selection of related books art and collectibles available now at AbeBookscom Stoppard Tom THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND st Stoppard Tom THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND st Edition Thus st Printing Softcover London Faber and Faber Very Good in wrappers Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing Shipping and handling This item will ship to United States but the seller has not specified shipping options REVIEW The Real Inspector Hound University of The Real Inspector Hound offers a wonderful evening of entertainment but why believe a critic? Go find out for yourselves Go find out for yourselves stars Blacklight – The Markup Blacklight normally takes betweeen seconds and one minute to finish all tes. A bunch of absurd plays that explore language and meaning and the relationship between actor and audience I didn t enjoy reading any of them but I often found myself thinking about how much skill it would take to perform the plays and how it might be fun to watch them Each play is full of monologues that sound like complete nonsense without their context Most of the time it was a headache to read The Real Inspector Hound was first on the reuired reading list for my Postmodern Lit class and is part of the reason I dropped out I may not be smart enough to get it but I also don t want to be the kind of heartless snob that thinks this kind of literature is enjoyable Of the six plays in this collection I would only consider re reading After MagritteCocklebury Smythe Your story smacks of desperation Even so you have done us the honour of volunteering your account so let me reciprocate I was at various time at Crockford s Claridges and the Golden Cock Clock the Old Clock in Golden Suare not to Co d OrChamberlain I was at the Crock of Gold Selfridges and the Green CockatooMcTeazle I was at the Cockatoo too and the Charing Cross the Open Door the Golden Ox and the Cuckoo ClockWithenshaw I was at the Cross Cook the Fighting Cocks the Green Door the Crooked Grin and the Golden Carriages What is happening is difficult to explain but probably uite easy to recognize the four of them have instinctively joined in an obscuration each for his own defence By the time the Chairman speaks they have all begun to send French upCocklebury Smythe I forgot I was at the Golden Carriages as well as Claridges and the Odd Sock and the Cocked HatWithenshaw I didn t see you at the Cocked Hat I went on to the Cox and BoxMcTeazle I was at the Cox and Box and the Cocks Door the Old Chest the Dorchester the Chesty Cook and er Luigi sAll Luigi sMcTeazle At King s CrossChamberlain I was at King s Cross in the Cross Keys and the Coal Hole the Golden Goose the Coloured Coat and the C te d Azurfrom Dirty Linen p 113 114Charlie singsEngage congratulate over state abysmal fairground Begat perambulate this aerodrome chocolate eclair foundMaureen again dedum de da ultimately cried the eggDinosaurs rely indoors if satisfied egg from Dogg s Hamlet p 151Easy Blankets up middling if season stuck after plug holes kettle drummed lightly A412 mildly Rickmansworth clipped awful this water ice zig zaggled splash uarterly trainers as Micky Mouse snuffle cup evidently knick knacks uarantine only if bacteriologic waistcoats crumble pipe sniffle then postbox but shazam Even platforms dandy avuncular Donald Duck never the less minty magazinesfrom Cahoot s Macbeth p 203 Cities of God plays that explore language and meaning and the relationship between actor and audience I didn t enjoy reading any of them but I often found myself thinking about how much skill it would take to Gravitys Rainbow perform the Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone plays and how it might be fun to watch them Each Pretend God 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