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Maureen Duffy Biography (1933-)
Full name, Maureen Patricia Duffy; born October 21, 1933, in Worthing, Sussex, England; daughter of Cahia Patrick Duffy and Grace Rose Wright. Addresses: Agent--Jonathan Clowes Ltd., 22 Prince Albert Rd., London NW1 7ST, England.
- Birth Details
- October 21, 1933
- Worthing, Sussex, England
- The Lay-Off, produced at the City of London Festival, London, 1962.
- The Silk Room, produced at the Watford Civic Theatre, Watford, Hertfordshire, England, 1966.
- Rites, produced by the National Theatre Company at the Jeannetta CochraneTheatre, London, 1969, published in New Short Plays 2, Methuen, 1969.
- Solo, Olde Tyme, produced in Cambridge, England, 1970.
- A Nightingale in Bloomsbury Square, produced at the Hampstead Theatre, London, 1974, published in Factions, edited by Giles Gordon and Alex Hamilton,Joseph, 1974.
- Also author of Megrim.
- That's How It Was, Hutchinson, 1962, Dial Press, 1984.
- The Single Eye, Hutchinson, 1964.
- The Microcosm, Simon and Schuster, 1966.
- The Paradox Players, Hutchinson, 1967, Simon and Schuster, 1968.
- Wounds, Knopf, 1969.
- Love Child, Knopf, 1971.
- All Heaven in a Rage, Knopf, 1973, published in England as I Want to Go to Moscow: A Lay, Hodder and Stoughton, 1973.
- Capital, Cape, 1975, Braziller, 1976.
- Housespy, Hamish Hamilton, 1978.
- Gor Saga, Eyre Methuen, 1981, Viking, 1982.
- (Under pseudonym D. M. Cayer) Scarborough Fear, Macdonald, 1982.
- Londoners, Methuen, 1983.
- Change, Methuen, 1987.
- Illuminations, Sinclair-Stevenson, 1991.
- Lyrics for the Dog Hour, Hutchinson, 1968.
- The Venus Touch, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1971.
- Actaeon, Sceptre Press, 1973.
- Evesong, Sappho, 1975.
- Memorials of the Quick and the Dead, Hamish Hamilton, 1979.
- Collected Poems, Hamish Hamilton, 1985.
- (Translator) Domenico Rea, A Blush of Shame, Barrie and Rockliff, 1968.
- The Erotic World of Faery, Hodder and Stoughton, 1972.
- (Editor with Alan Brownjohn) New Poetry 3, Arts Council, 1977.
- The Passionate Shepherdess: Aphra Behn 1640-1689 (biography), Cape, 1977,Avon, 1979.
- Inherit the Earth: A Social History, Hamish Hamilton, 1980.
- Men and Beasts: An Animal Rights Handbook, Paladin, 1984.
- (Editor) Aphra Behn, Oroonoko and Other Stories, Methuen, 1986.
- A Thousand Capricious Chances: A History of the Methuen List 1889-1989, Methuen, 1989.
- Author of Josie (television play), 1961; and Only Goodnight (radio play),1981. Contributor to periodicals, including New Statesman.
- Manuscripts held at King's College, University of London.
- Adaptations: Gor Saga was adapted for television by Arts and Entertainment and broadcast as First Born in 1989.
- Contemporary Authors New Revision Series, Volume 33, Gale, 1991.
- Contemporary Dramatists, 4th edition, St. James Press, 1988.
- Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 14: British Novelists since 1960, Gale, 1983.
- Major Twentieth-Century Writers, Gale, 1991.
- New Statesman, April 17, 1987, p. 20.
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