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Whiting Plays: No More A-Roving, Conditions of Agreement, Saint's Day, A Penny for a Song v. 1 (Oberon Modern Playwrights) by John Whiting (1999-03-15). Marching Song: A Play in Three Acts. In 1965, the John Whiting Award was established to commemorate the writer's contribution to post-war British theatre. In 2015, the wartime diaries, as well as personal letters, handwritten notes, manuscripts etc were donated by the family to the V&A. As a dramatist John Whiting was in reach of the first rank, even if in his completed works he never quite achieved it.
John Robert Whiting (15 November 1917 – 16 June 1963) was an English actor, dramatist and critic. Born in Salisbury, he was educated at Taunton School, "the particular hellish life which is the English public school" as he described it. Trained at RADA, he then worked as an actor in repertory, and while in the company at Bideford in Devon, met the actress Asthore Lloyd Mawson (Jackie).
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New English Dramatists - 5 - Stop it Whoever You Are & Progress to the Park & Marching Song Henry Livings & Alun Owen & John Whiting. New English Dramatists 6 - A Man for all Seasons & The Devils & Nil Carborundum Robert Bolt & John Whiting & Henry Livings.
John Whiting's power as a playwright is indisputable, yet in his lifetime he did not receive much critical acclaim or popular success. He died at the age of forty-six, a disillusioned man, despite the success of The Devils. In his plays he dealt with deeper issues in a way that was at odds with the kind of theatre fashionable in the Fifties. Working outside of the establishment, his work remains vibrant and fresh today.
So We’ll Go No More a Roving Analysis. So we’ll go no more a-roving. So late into the night, Though the heart still be as loving
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Thomas Moore (London: J. Murray, 1830). E-10 2736 Fisher Rare Book Library (Toronto). London: John Murray, 1832-33. PR 4351 M6 1832 ROBA. 1So we'll go no more a roving. 10 And the day returns too soon, 11Yet we'll go no more a roving. 12 By the light of the moon. 1] Included in a letter written from Venice to Thomas Moore on February 28, 1817, and first published by Moore in Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830). At present, I am on the invalid regimen myself. The Carnival-that is, the latter part of it, and sitting up late o' nights-had knocked me up a little.