Terence Rattigan Audio Books

Terence Rattigan (1911–1977) was a twentieth century English dramatist. Born in London, the son of a career diplomat, Rattigan was of upper-class Irish descent, with renowned scholars and intellects on both sides of his family. Drawn to plays and the theater form from an early age, Rattigan rose to fame at age 25 with his play, French Without Tears. Rattigan was most successful during the decade following World War II and is most known for such works as The Winslow Boy, The Browning Version, The Deep Blue Sea, and Separate Tables, among many others.

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