The Hotel: A Play in Three Acts

dust jacket of "The Hotel: A Play in Three Acts"
Bruce Peel Library

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Leonard Woolf


Leonard writes in his autobiography of this play: 'In 1938 I wrote a play, The Hotel, about the horrors of the twilight age of Europe, the kind of hush that fell upon us before the final catastrophe. . . . It was written in the tension of those horrible years of Hitler's domination and of the feeling that he would inevitably destroy civilization (Downhill All The Way).



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