The Temple

By: Nowra, Louis

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Sydney: Currency Press, 1993. 102 pages, text illustrated with small black-and-white photographs, some biographical data, and of course the play. Original colour illustrated paperback wrapper.. The Temple is a fast moving, larger-than-life account of the greedy and excess which epitomised the 1980s. Louis Nowra's latest play is a voracious and funny portrait of the rise and rise of a former truckie and slaughterhouse owner turned entrepreneur. A womaniser, art collector and friend to prime ministers, Laurie Blake, the takeover king of Australia, rampages his way through a decade when the whole country seemed out of control. Written with comic and irresistible savagery, the Temple confirms Louis Nowra's reputation as one of our most profound and profane playwrights. -- from the rear board. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Playscripts.

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