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by [[Douglas Livingstone]]. A  one-act play, which offers a sharp satire on the sterility and insensitivity of academia. Originally written for radio and broadcast in 1974.  Won the [[Olive Schreiner Prize]] in 1975. Published in ''[[Contemporary South African Plays]]'' (ed [[Ernest Perreira]], pub [[Ravan]] 1977). (See Gosher, 1988)  
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by [[Douglas Livingstone]]. A  one-act play, which offers a sharp satire on the sterility and insensitivity of academia. Originally written for radio and broadcast in 1974.  Won the [[Olive Schreiner Prize]] in 1975. Published in ''[[Contemporary South African Plays]]'' (ed [[Ernest Pereira]], pub [[Ravan Press]] 1977). (See Gosher, 1988)  
  
  

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by Douglas Livingstone. A one-act play, which offers a sharp satire on the sterility and insensitivity of academia. Originally written for radio and broadcast in 1974. Won the Olive Schreiner Prize in 1975. Published in Contemporary South African Plays (ed Ernest Pereira, pub Ravan Press 1977). (See Gosher, 1988)


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