“Sometimes the people in the past answer back the people in the present.”
In one of his last interviews, and just before his 91st birthday, Peter Nichols CBE FRSL explores his approach to writing, explaining how he always tries to invent on the basis of reality with reference to plays such as A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, The National Health, and Forget-Me-Not Lane.
Nichols reveals how he came to be a writer, providing insight into his education, his personal life, and experience as an actor. He also explores the characters, narrative and context of his work, considering relationship dynamics and the use of direct address.
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