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Terence Rattigan
(1911-1977) born on
Jun 10
English playwright. He was a master of the well-made play, e.g., "Winslow Boy," and "Browning Version."
When you're between any sort of devil and the deep blue sea, the deep blue sea sometimes looks very inviting.

To face life without hope can mean to live without despair.
She has ideas above her station . . . How would you say that in French? . . . you can't say au-dessus de sa gare. It isn't that sort of station.
Aunt Edna is universal, and to those who may feel that all the problems of the modern theatre might be solved by her liquidation, let me add that I have no doubt at all that she is also immortal.
A novelist may lose his readers for a few pages; a playwright never dares lose his audience for a minute.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Deep Blue Sea."
R: "The Deep Blue Sea."
A: "French without Tears," I.
N: "Collected Plays," Vol II, Preface
K: In the NY "Journal-American," 29 Oct 1956.

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