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Summary The Coast of Utopia Free read The Coast of Utopia ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Free download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB è Tom Stoppard Coast Wikipedia The coast also known as the coastline or seashore is defined as the area of where land meets the sea or ocean or as a line that forms the boundary between the land and the ocean or a lake Around kilometres mi of coastline are on Earth Because of the Coast | geography | Britannica Coast broad area of land that borders the sea A brief treatment of coasts follows For full treatment see coastal landforms The coastlines of the world’s continents measure about km miles They have undergone shifts in position over geologic time because of substantial changes The Coast | News events restaurants concerts The Coast's Events; The Most Read CITY The Seed Saving Project wants your dead flowers You can trade this season’s dried out daisies for a custom Halifax seed mix next spring by Victoria Walton; Sep ; FEATURE Kestrels cracks open Sometimes the breaks come at the wrong time but the Halifax rocker's best music to date couldn't come uick enough by Alec Martin; Sep ; NEW Wizards of the Coast Pokpdia Wizards of the Coast abrg en WotC ou plus rarement en Wizards est un diteur de jeux amricain ui a dit le Jeu de Cartes Collectionner de The Coast of Utopia Wikipedia The Coast of Utopia is a trilogy of plays Voyage Shipwreck and Salvage written by Tom Stoppard with focus on the philosophical debates in pre revolution Russia between and It was the recipient of the Tony Award for Best Play Women’s Occasionwear | Women’s Clothing Discover women’s occasionwear and wardrobe essentials Shop the new Coast collection now including dresses jumpsuits and accessories Home The Coast Golf Club The Coast is r. In many ways a play to be studied rather than produced or merely read The Coast of Utopia distills a century or so of scholarship about the foment that preceded the Russian revolution from the 1830s on mostly using Alexander Herzen a skeptical Socialist as a lens Like Invention of Love Stoppard uses a few nonrealist tricks here such as the Ginger Cat an ominous stand in for the impersonal world devouring forces of History met by several characters at a costume party a structure that reveals the characters interests and concerns without regard to how events ordered themselves in time and an imaginary dinner involving Marx Kossuth Louis Blanc Mazzini Herzen and several other instruments of 19th century nationalism andor Socialism Completely gone are the information games Stoppard played in say The Real Thing or Hapgood in which essential facts are left out and introduced at leisure The Coast of Utopia is of an ars politica summing up in various characters a couple of different approaches to political actionI was fortunate enough to see the first part of the trilogy here in NYC when it went up in 20062007 at Lincoln Center By far the most indelible performance was Billy Crudup s as Vissarion Belinsky He was sweaty seedy and committed and channeled the real Belinsky s fervent enthusiasms and social ineptitude combining them with a heartbreaking disappointment and hopefulness along with the prescient clarity with which VB foresaw Russia s place in world literature Ethan Hawke wasn t as good as Bakunin His voice was hoarse from shouting most of his lines but he might just have been sick or something The first play Voyage follows literary critic Belinsky and the anarchist propagandist Michael Bakunin with forays into the lives of Nicholas Stankevich an early popularizer of Hegel and Alexander Herzen a Socialist publisher and later memoirist as they discuss the possibility of reform in the hopelessly behind Tsarist state For this group of people both in the play and in history the freedom to discuss and propose reforms was the altar upon which they sacrificed their lives and sometimes those of their families Bakunin was forever filching money from his parents and friends to fund the agitprop that he carried out in France and Germany His actual opinions changed almost weekly but the remarkable uality about him both in this play and according to primary sources is the boundless enthusiasm and commitment that he brought to everything he did even if it contradicted his stated goals of only a few weeks prior Most of the play takes place on the Bakunin estate during a visit of Belinsky s which left the two angry at each other Bakunin because he was jealous of his sisters affection for the awkward Belinsky and Belinsky because of the unforgivable way that Bakunin treated him while he was visiting The play ends with Bakunin s family watching the sun set on their estate as his father announces that it is about to be confiscated by the Tsar for Michael s participation in the short lived Second French Republic of 1848The second play Shipwreck is slightly linear it follows Herzen and his circle of friends which included the German poet Herwegh and his wife Emma the Marxes Bakunin as always and his own growing family They participate in the uprisings that led to the Second Republic each in his or her own way George Herwegh hilariously has a servant pack him and his wife some sandwiches and pies for the picket Reminds me of a couple Sarah Lawrence students I used to know What collapses the salon like atmosphere of the Herzen household is Herwegh s seduction of Natalie Herzen using radical openheartedness as a pretext This development alongside the failure of the Second Republic show Herzen if no one else how easily people give their own personal sovreignty to the vanguard in exchange for attention He forgives his wife but soon thereafter there s an exchange that reminds one strongly of Hannah s speech about the afterlife in ArcadiaHERZEN Natalie died three months ago We lost Kolya He was drowned at sea my mother with him and a young man who was teaching Kolya to speak None of them was ever found It finished my NatalieBAKUNIN My poor friendHERZEN Oh Michael you should have heard Kolya talk He had such a funny charming way and he understood everything you said you d swear he was listening The thing I can t bear he almost breaks down I just wish it hadn t happened at night He couldn t hear in the dark He couldn t see your lipsBAKUNIN Little Kolya his life cut so short Who is this Moloch HERZEN No not at all Kolya s life was what it was Because children grow up we think a child s purpose is to grow up But a child s purpose is to be a child Nature doesn t disdain what lives only for a day It pours the whole of itself into each moment We don t value the lily less for not being flint and built to last Life s bounty is in its flow later is too late Where is the song when it s been sung The dance when it s been danced It s only we humans who want to own the future too We persuade outselves that the universe is modestly employed in unfolding out destination We note the haphazard chaos of history by the day by the hour but we think there is something wrong with this picture Where is the unity the meaning of nature s highest creation Surely those millions of little streams of accident and willfulness have their correction in the vast underground river which without a doubt is carrying us to the place where we re expected But there is no such place that s why it s called utopia The death of a child has no meaning than the deah of armies of nations Was the child happy while he lived that is a proper uestion If we can t arrange our own happiness it s a conceit beyond vulgarity to arrange the happiness of those who come after usThe final play Salvage concerns itself with the reordering of the Herzen household following the death of Natalie and Kolya but juxtaposes against this tragedy Herzen s work on his seminal newspaper The Bell and the eventual emancipation of the serfs due in no small part to his agitation from London His children grow up It s the weakest of the three plays in my opinion because a lot of the spark of life here is between and amongst Bakunin Belinsky and Herzen their sniping at each other their arguments and their ideological shifts Once Belinsky is dead and Bakunin imprisoned the play deflates a little as Herzen reconciles himself to the realities of political change and the practical matters of having to ally himself with people he doesn t entirely sympathize with Marx for one who he finds insufferable here who knows what the historical Herzen thoughtExplaining why I love this trilogy despite its warts is a little difficult I feel like America s situation in politics and culture is analogous in some ways to Russia s in the 1850s paralyzed as we are by oligarchy stubborn bureaucracies a sometimes authoritarian government and divisive internal conflicts over what our indigenous values really are What I love most about 19th century Russian thinkers and what I think differentiates them from English and French writers of the same period as well as probably us is that lacking what they understood as a Russian sense of identity was kind of an advantage they had a plastic idea of what they COULD be than maybe anyone else Belinsky notes in TCOU that no one respects a writer like a Russian because Russians needed their writers to tell them what they were Russian litterateurs wrote as if there was something at stake because Tsarist oppression and censorship meant that telling the truth was far dangerous than lying Un publicista en apuros undergone shifts in position over geologic time because of substantial changes The Coast | News events restaurants concerts The Coast's Events; The Most Read CITY The Seed Saving Project wants your dead flowers You can trade this season’s dried out daisies for a custom Halifax seed mix next spring by Victoria Walton; Sep ; FEATURE Kestrels cracks open Sometimes the breaks come at the wrong time but the Halifax rocker's best music to date couldn't come The Test of My Life uick enough by Alec Martin; Sep ; NEW Wizards of the Coast Pokpdia Wizards of the Coast abrg en WotC ou plus rarement en Wizards est The Portrait of a Lady un diteur de jeux amricain Fircigerice ui a dit le Jeu de Cartes Collectionner de The Coast of Utopia Wikipedia The Coast of Utopia is a trilogy of plays Voyage Shipwreck and Salvage written by Tom Stoppard with focus on the philosophical debates in pre revolution Russia between and It was the recipient of the Tony Award for Best Play Women’s Occasionwear | Women’s Clothing Discover women’s occasionwear and wardrobe essentials Shop the new Coast collection now including dresses jumpsuits and accessories Home The Coast Golf Club The Coast is r. In many ways a play to be studied rather than produced or merely read The Coast of Utopia distills a century or so of scholarship about the foment that preceded the Russian revolution from the 1830s on mostly Verliebt in Hollyhill Hollyhill #2 using Alexander Herzen a skeptical Socialist as a lens Like Invention of Love Stoppard Nepalese economy and India uses a few nonrealist tricks here such as the Ginger Cat an ominous stand in for the impersonal world devouring forces of History met by several characters at a costume party a structure that reveals the characters interests and concerns without regard to how events ordered themselves in time and an imaginary dinner involving Marx Kossuth Louis Blanc Mazzini Herzen and several other instruments of 19th century nationalism andor Socialism Completely gone are the information games Stoppard played in say The Real Thing or Hapgood in which essential facts are left out and introduced at leisure The Coast of Utopia is of an ars politica summing De padre a hija up in various characters a couple of different approaches to political actionI was fortunate enough to see the first part of the trilogy here in NYC when it went Patria o suerte venceremos up in 20062007 at Lincoln Center By far the most indelible performance was Billy Crudup s as Vissarion Belinsky He was sweaty seedy and committed and channeled the real Belinsky s fervent enthusiasms and social ineptitude combining them with a heartbreaking disappointment and hopefulness along with the prescient clarity with which VB foresaw Russia s place in world literature Ethan Hawke wasn t as good as Bakunin His voice was hoarse from shouting most of his lines but he might just have been sick or something The first play Voyage follows literary critic Belinsky and the anarchist propagandist Michael Bakunin with forays into the lives of Nicholas Stankevich an early popularizer of Hegel and Alexander Herzen a Socialist publisher and later memoirist as they discuss the possibility of reform in the hopelessly behind Tsarist state For this group of people both in the play and in history the freedom to discuss and propose reforms was the altar Las puertas del Edén upon which they sacrificed their lives and sometimes those of their families Bakunin was forever filching money from his parents and friends to fund the agitprop that he carried out in France and Germany His actual opinions changed almost weekly but the remarkable Desencanto uality about him both in this play and according to primary sources is the boundless enthusiasm and commitment that he brought to everything he did even if it contradicted his stated goals of only a few weeks prior Most of the play takes place on the Bakunin estate during a visit of Belinsky s which left the two angry at each other Bakunin because he was jealous of his sisters affection for the awkward Belinsky and Belinsky because of the PorVenir Caminos al desarrollo argentino unforgivable way that Bakunin treated him while he was visiting The play ends with Bakunin s family watching the sun set on their estate as his father announces that it is about to be confiscated by the Tsar for Michael s participation in the short lived Second French Republic of 1848The second play Shipwreck is slightly linear it follows Herzen and his circle of friends which included the German poet Herwegh and his wife Emma the Marxes Bakunin as always and his own growing family They participate in the Normandie Triangle uprisings that led to the Second Republic each in his or her own way George Herwegh hilariously has a servant pack him and his wife some sandwiches and pies for the picket Reminds me of a couple Sarah Lawrence students I Peueña flor used to know What collapses the salon like atmosphere of the Herzen household is Herwegh s seduction of Natalie Herzen Ashenden using radical openheartedness as a pretext This development alongside the failure of the Second Republic show Herzen if no one else how easily people give their own personal sovreignty to the vanguard in exchange for attention He forgives his wife but soon thereafter there s an exchange that reminds one strongly of Hannah s speech about the afterlife in ArcadiaHERZEN Natalie died three months ago We lost Kolya He was drowned at sea my mother with him and a young man who was teaching Kolya to speak None of them was ever found It finished my NatalieBAKUNIN My poor friendHERZEN Oh Michael you should have heard Kolya talk He had such a funny charming way and he Starstruck Fame Failure My Family and Me understood everything you said you d swear he was listening The thing I can t bear he almost breaks down I just wish it hadn t happened at night He couldn t hear in the dark He couldn t see your lipsBAKUNIN Little Kolya his life cut so short Who is this Moloch HERZEN No not at all Kolya s life was what it was Because children grow Peron A Biography up we think a child s purpose is to grow El espejo del monstruo up But a child s purpose is to be a child Nature doesn t disdain what lives only for a day It pours the whole of itself into each moment We don t value the lily less for not being flint and built to last Life s bounty is in its flow later is too late Where is the song when it s been sung The dance when it s been danced It s only we humans who want to own the future too We persuade outselves that the Mejor ue no me lo expliues universe is modestly employed in En llamas Millenium unfolding out destination We note the haphazard chaos of history by the day by the hour but we think there is something wrong with this picture Where is the The Informationist Vanessa Michael Munroe #1 unity the meaning of nature s highest creation Surely those millions of little streams of accident and willfulness have their correction in the vast Holly Wenn die Mode fremdgeht Holly #4 underground river which without a doubt is carrying Super chistes Super Jokes us to the place where we re expected But there is no such place that s why it s called Siete de oro utopia The death of a child has no meaning than the deah of armies of nations Was the child happy while he lived that is a proper Letras Bonitas: Descubre el arte de dibujar palabras uestion If we can t arrange our own happiness it s a conceit beyond vulgarity to arrange the happiness of those who come after The Informationist Vanessa Michael Munroe #1 usThe final play Salvage concerns itself with the reordering of the Herzen household following the death of Natalie and Kolya but juxtaposes against this tragedy Herzen s work on his seminal newspaper The Bell and the eventual emancipation of the serfs due in no small part to his agitation from London His children grow Sacrificios en días santos up It s the weakest of the three plays in my opinion because a lot of the spark of life here is between and amongst Bakunin Belinsky and Herzen their sniping at each other their arguments and their ideological shifts Once Belinsky is dead and Bakunin imprisoned the play deflates a little as Herzen reconciles himself to the realities of political change and the practical matters of having to ally himself with people he doesn t entirely sympathize with Marx for one who he finds insufferable here who knows what the historical Herzen thoughtExplaining why I love this trilogy despite its warts is a little difficult I feel like America s situation in politics and culture is analogous in some ways to Russia s in the 1850s paralyzed as we are by oligarchy stubborn bureaucracies a sometimes authoritarian government and divisive internal conflicts over what our indigenous values really are What I love most about 19th century Russian thinkers and what I think differentiates them from English and French writers of the same period as well as probably La Ruta De Orellana us is that lacking what they Soda StereoSoda Stereo understood as a Russian sense of identity was kind of an advantage they had a plastic idea of what they COULD be than maybe anyone else Belinsky 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This is an interesting read partly because it is not a very good play There is drastic shifts in emotion that fail to conceal the two dimensionality of the characters much of the dialog is expository or pedantic and the main character only comes into focus in the second of the three plays It reads like a play that is meant to be read not seenMy explanation for Stoppard s unusual departure is that he wanted to write a biography and a history of the social circle of Russians in the 19th century for whom the term Intelligensia was coined but he is a playwright and sometimes screenwriter and so this is the form his ambition has taken To be sure there is a great deal to learn about the private lives philosophies and geopolitical perspective of these men and women In a way we get to see the awkward turns of thought that forged out of the German Idealist critiue of the predominately French so called Age of Reason and we can appreciate the humanity of these thinkers who share wealth sorrow house family and lovers with one another in full view of their own contradictory natures Bakunin is a sponge on his friends Turgenev is dispassionate about everything except hunting opera and his reviews Belinsky is a boorish fanatic Ogarev is an alcoholic The men get so involved in their arguments and theories that it is left to the women to recall the genders of their newborns Idealists commit adultery Pragmatists waste their wealth Rationalists dream It s life and history and the enigma of what history is really aboutTom Stoppard is well known for his wit and somewhat notorious for his ambivalence towards leftist politics As a Czech refugee raised in England he has been regularly criticized for his skeptical attitude regarding political activism as expressed by characters in his plays To me this is a sign of how Czech he remains but The Coast of Utopia is likely his apologia For one thing Turgenev is regularly trotted out to answer for his bad reviews where the left and right wings accuse him of writing on behalf of the other side His response is always that he writes to write to show every side and some that are ignored It does him no good but this refrain may well be Stoppard s own defense of his workAt the end of the third play all the leading voices are gathered in Switzerland for a reunion including Marx and Turgenev by way of Herzen s dream When Marx gives a gloss of his theory of history Herzen responds Who is this Moloch who promises that everything will be beautiful after we re dead History has no purpose History knocks at a thousand gates at every moment and the gatekeeper is chance It takes wit and courage to make our way while our way is making us with no consolation to count on but art and the summer lightning of personal happinessI take this to be Stoppard speaking through a mask for his own conviction against Dialectical Materialism and other explanations of how we chase destiny His final judgment on the early architects of socialism anarchism marxism communism is spoken by Herzen after awakening from his dream To go on and to know that there is no landfall on the paradisal shore and still to go on To open men s eyes and not tear them out To bring what s good along with them The people won t forgive when the future custodian of a broken statue a stripped wall a desecrated grave tells everyone who passes by Yes yes all this was destroyed by the revolution The destroyers wear nihilism like a cockade they think they destroy because they are radicals But they destroy because they are disappointed conservatives let down by the ancient dream of a perfect society where circles are suared and conflict is cancelled out But there is no such place and Utopia is its name So until we stop killing our way towards it we won t be grown up as human beings Our meaning is in how we live in an imperfect world in our time We have no otherReverberations of Samuel Beckett Sophocles and Plato ring down from this conclusion set in 1868 but aimed distinctly at an audience post 1968 A lingua de fora un certain nombre de fois ces dernires annes la plus rcente en avec des mises jour de l'itinraire recommand Tropical Depression Fifteen forms off the coast of Tropical Depression has formed off of the southeast US coast If it gets named it will be Nana Current record for earliest th Atlantic named storm formation is Nate on September at Horse Island a private island off the coast of A private island off the coast of Ireland boasting three beaches seven houses and natural wildlife has been sold for than million with the anonymous buyer not even visiting the Magnitude earthuake strikes off the coast of SANTIAGO Chile A strong earthuake with a preliminary magnitude of struck off the coast of northern Chile in the first minutes of Tuesday the US Geological Survey said There were n. This is an interesting read partly because it is not a very good play There is drastic shifts in emotion that fail to conceal the two dimensionality of the characters much of the dialog is expository or pedantic and the main character only comes into focus in the second of the three plays It reads like a play that is meant to be read not seenMy explanation for Stoppard s Govinda The Aryavarta Chronicles #1 unusual departure is that he wanted to write a biography and a history of the social circle of Russians in the 19th century for whom the term Intelligensia was coined but he is a playwright and sometimes screenwriter and so this is the form his ambition has taken To be sure there is a great deal to learn about the private lives philosophies and geopolitical perspective of these men and women In a way we get to see the awkward turns of thought that forged out of the German Idealist critiue of the predominately French so called Age of Reason and we can appreciate the humanity of these thinkers who share wealth sorrow house family and lovers with one another in full view of their own contradictory natures Bakunin is a sponge on his friends Turgenev is dispassionate about everything except hunting opera and his reviews Belinsky is a boorish fanatic Ogarev is an alcoholic The men get so involved in their arguments and theories that it is left to the women to recall the genders of their newborns Idealists commit adultery Pragmatists waste their wealth Rationalists dream It s life and history and the enigma of what history is really aboutTom Stoppard is well known for his wit and somewhat notorious for his ambivalence towards leftist politics As a Czech refugee raised in England he has been regularly criticized for his skeptical attitude regarding political activism as expressed by characters in his plays To me this is a sign of how Czech he remains but The Coast of Utopia is likely his apologia For one thing Turgenev is regularly trotted out to answer for his bad reviews where the left and right wings accuse him of writing on behalf of the other side His response is always that he writes to write to show every side and some that are ignored It does him no good but this refrain may well be Stoppard s own defense of his workAt the end of the third play all the leading voices are gathered in Switzerland for a reunion including Marx and Turgenev by way of Herzen s dream When Marx gives a gloss of his theory of history Herzen responds Who is this Moloch who promises that everything will be beautiful after we re dead History has no purpose History knocks at a thousand gates at every moment and the gatekeeper is chance It takes wit and courage to make our way while our way is making La belle au bois dormant us with no consolation to count on but art and the summer lightning of personal happinessI take this to be Stoppard speaking through a mask for his own conviction against Dialectical Materialism and other explanations of how we chase destiny His final judgment on the early architects of socialism anarchism marxism communism is spoken by Herzen after awakening from his dream To go on and to know that there is no landfall on the paradisal shore and still to go on To open men s eyes and not tear them out To bring what s good along with them The people won t forgive when the future custodian of a broken statue a stripped wall a desecrated grave tells everyone who passes by Yes yes all this was destroyed by the revolution The destroyers wear nihilism like a cockade they think they destroy because they are radicals But they destroy because they are disappointed conservatives let down by the ancient dream of a perfect society where circles are suared and conflict is cancelled out But there is no such place and Utopia is its name So No Breaking My Heart Barefoot William Beach #5 until we stop killing our way towards it we won t be grown A Biography of Innovations up as human beings Our meaning is in how we live in an imperfect world in our time We have no otherReverberations of Samuel Beckett Sophocles and Plato ring down from this conclusion set in 1868 but aimed distinctly at an audience post 1968

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Sometimes you read books out of order In my case I read the following only after reading through the playscript to Rock and Roll when clearly it would have been preferable to have done so beforehand As a way of writing a story choosing to strip it down to dialogue and a few stage directions would be like inventing the octagonal wheel But a play is a deceptive kind of book It is not exactly an eccentric way of writing a story but rather the transcription of a concrete event in advance of the event Theatre happens in the wrong order The writer imagines the event and writes it out Later the event happens and it is likely to turn out slightly or than slightly different from the one he imagined from the Introduction p xi This passage is Stoppard s own explanation of why he made changes to his Coast of Utopia trilogy following performances in London Stoppard says the other reason was that he had Ethan Hawke playing one of the leads who did so so sympathetically that Stoppard really wanted Hawke s character to get the better end of an argument for onceThe thing is I suspect Stoppard s plays here work far better as a collected book than they do as say three separate evenings at the theater each two or weeks apart which is how they were originally presented It s sort of the subscriber s HBO miniseries and absolutely necessary for continuity for plays like these and Angels in America the narratives of which would otherwise appear incomplete I don t know I could muster the patience to manage seeing these together on stage to say nothing of working out details with the babysitter but I m glad I don t have toThis was a fabulous read Here we have the principal philosophies of the original intelligentsia chiefly Mikhail Bakunin and Alexander Herzen with Belinsky Turgenev and a bit of Marx thrown in for comic relief triangulated longitudinally by 30 years of historical context and attitudinally by an unvarnished look at the domestic lives of their proponents The result is thought provoking unsettling and entertaining Our erring prophets are eternal grad students abroad reliant upon yet oblivious to the ever present liveried servants all the while capable of ranting endlessly about how unfair it all seems to be back at home and forced forever to be disappointed by the next mid 19th century revolution each one crushingly devoid of working class enfranchisement empowerment and enlightenmentThere is plenty of the mature Stoppard here that s the one who cares about the emotional lives and romantic relationships of his characters which begins around Arcadia though this aspect would have been necessary in any case to show up the follies of his principal characters In fact this trilogy could probably be described as Stoppard s Follies if Follies had no music and occupied itself with the hearts and minds of post Napoleonic revolutionary Europe Sondheim s characters must awaken from their nostalgia for a time that never was Stoppard s must come to terms with their nostalgia for a time that never will be In this he s willing to poke fun at his own creation having a child observe I like her sometimes when she s not historical When she gets historical the only thing that calms her down is intimate relations p 314 That s plot and theme of Utopia in a nutshell


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    E–pub [The Coast of Utopia] By Tom Stoppard In many ways a play to be studied rather than produced or merely read The Coast of Utopia distills a century or so of scholarship about the foment that preceded the Russian revolution from the 1830s on mostly using Alexander Herzen a skeptical Socialist as a lens Like Invention of Love Stoppard uses a few nonrealist tri

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  • Hardcover
  • 384
  • The Coast of Utopia
  • Tom Stoppard
  • English
  • 12 May 2020
  • 9780802140036