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Few, beyond the original play by Strindberg, have to date actually been done in South Africa.  
 
Few, beyond the original play by Strindberg, have to date actually been done in South Africa.  
  
'''''For a listing mand information on these works, see the entry on ''[[Playing with Fire]]'' in [[ESAT]] as well as the one in [[Wikipedia]][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Playing_with_Fire] for a list of such works.'''''
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'''''For a listing of and information on these works, see the entry on ''[[Playing with Fire]]'' in [[Wikipedia]][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Playing_with_Fire].'''''
 
 
'''For August Strindberg's one act play - known in English as ''[[Playing with Fire]]'', see the entry under ''[[Leka med elden]]'' (the Swedish title)'''.
 
  
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'''For August Strindberg's one act play - known in English as ''[[Playing with Fire]]'', see the entry in [[ESAT]] for ''[[Leka med elden]]'' (the Swedish title)'''.
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==

Latest revision as of 08:39, 25 June 2019

There have been a surprising number of literary, dramatic and filmic works called Playing with Fire.

Few, beyond the original play by Strindberg, have to date actually been done in South Africa.

For a listing of and information on these works, see the entry on Playing with Fire in Wikipedia[1].

For August Strindberg's one act play - known in English as Playing with Fire, see the entry in ESAT for Leka med elden (the Swedish title).

Sources

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Playing_with_Fire

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