The Deadly Triplets

The Deadly Triplets

by Adrienne Kennedy

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Library Journal - Library Journal
The first part of this work is a fine mystery novella based on Kennedy's experiences in London in the Sixties. Set in the theater world, it concerns confused identities and the author's own search for a clearer sense of self as she considers what she knows about her estranged (and possibly dead) mother. Most interesting is the interplay with the autobiographical form, a relationship made more obvious when the novel is considered in relation to the journal section. Here, Kennedy offers sketches of the theater, film, and music people she met and befriended during her London years. These sketches fortify the first section by suggesting its historical basis.-- Jean Keleher, Wally Findlay Galleries, Chicago
Extending the experimentation of Kennedy's plays for the Black American theater, this book consists of two separate, yet integrally linked, entities: the Journal Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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University of Minnesota Press
Publication date:
Emergent Literatures Series
Product dimensions:
5.44(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.70(d)

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