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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."
         
   
F
When you're between any sort of devil and the deep blue sea, the deep blue sea sometimes looks very inviting.

R
To face life without hope can mean to live without despair.
A
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.
N
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.
K
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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