Everybody In This House: A Play & An Essay

Everybody In This House: A Play & An Essay

by Laura J. Axelrod
Everybody In This House: A Play & An Essay

Everybody In This House: A Play & An Essay

by Laura J. Axelrod

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Overview

After Father O'Donnell dismisses Mary Turner's pleas about her marriage, he must grapple with his culpability as he uncovers a web of secrets about domestic violence that shake his faith in God and humanity. Follow along as his quest for answers leads to stunning revelations and a race against time to prevent further devastation. Unravel the mystery surrounding Mary Turner's tragic demise and the dark secrets lurking within her family.

The essay, Decades Later, describes the ideas and events around the creation of the play. 

 

This work explores the themes of religious abuse, sexism, rape, self-harm and suicide. 


Product Details

BN ID: 2940180020154
Publisher: Laura J. Axelrod
Publication date: 05/28/2024
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
File size: 206 KB

About the Author

LAURA J. AXELROD is a writer, poet, filmmaker and playwright. Her stage plays have been performed in California, New York and Europe. Her articles have appeared in The Birmingham News (Ala) and al.com. Newhouse News Service distributed her reviews, which were subsequently published in newspapers across the country. She was curator and writer at The Clyde Fitch Report. She also created The Marbury Project, a column that explored gender inequality and the arts.

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