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Rope by Patrick Hamilton. A psychological thriller about two students influenced by Nietzsche who kill a fellow student then invite a number of friends and the victim's father to a meal which they eat off the casket of the dead student.

Presented by the Cape Reps, produced by Harold Lee in the Hofmeyr Hall, September 1946. With Cynthia Howison, W.S. Lee, E. Sakinofsky, Dan Bosman, Dorothy Olver, Ted Clapham,

Translated into Afrikaans as Galgtou and produced by André Huguenet in 19**. The Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns ("South African Academy for Science and the Arts") bestowed a medal of honour on this production for the high standard set.


South African Opinion, 3(8):24, 1946.

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