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The cheviot, the stag and the black, black oil

The cheviot, the stag and the black, black oil

McGrath, John, 1935-2002

Strathoykel, Sutherland. "When the Sheriff and his men arrived, the women were on the road and the men behind the walls. The women shouted 'Better to die here than America or the Cape of Good Hope'. The first blow was struck by a woman with a stick. The gentry leant out of their saddles and beat at the women's heads with their crops." (John McGrath)

Paperback, Book. English.
Rev., illustrated ed.
All formats and editions (3)
Published London: Eyre Methuen, 1981

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Details

Statement of responsibility: John McGrath
ISBN: 0413488802, 9780413488800
Note: Previous ed.: Breakish, Isle of Skye: West Highland Publishing, 1974.
Physical Description: xxix,82p : ill., 1port. ; 19 cm.; xxix,82p. : ill., 1port. ; 19cm.
Series: A Methuen modern play
Subject: Drama in English 1945- Texts