The House with Twisty Windows

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The House with Twisty Windows is a 1926 play in one act by English dramatist Mary Pakington (1878-1956). The play deals with events surrounding the Bolshevik Revolution during which British subjects were held in and eventually escaped from a gloomy cellar.

The original text

Translations and adaptations

Translated into Afrikaans by Léonie Pienaar entitled Skewe Vensters.

Performance history in South Africa

Skewe Vensters was presented by K.A.T., directed by Percy Scholtz, in May 1948.


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Nel, 1972.

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