Tom Stoppard: A Bibliographical History

by William Baker, Gerald N. Wachs

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Tom Stoppard is one of the most prolific living British authors with a creative career of over half a century. This bibliographical history provides a comprehensive account of his creativity and will provide an invaluable resource for those who study contemporary British literature, theatre, film, journalism and the media. This book also documents late 20th-century political activism. Stoppard's engagement with political causes, especially in Eastern Europe and his native Czechoslovakia, now the Czech Republic, are fully documented as is his journalism, non-fiction prose writings, essays, articles, published speeches, letters and films.

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