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The Bloody Chamber

Written By: Anonim
  • ID Book : 9781350262607
  • Publisher : Methuen Drama
  • Number of Pages : 91
  • Genre : Carter, Angela
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"All is yours, everywhere is open to you - except the lock that the single key fits. You must promise, if you love me, to leave it well alone."When a 17 year old virgin marries a mature and charismatic Marquis it seems like a fairy tale. But when the Marquis is called away on their wedding night, leaving her only her only his keys and a single instruction, her curiosity leads her to uncover a dark secret.Bryony Lavery's new stage adaptation of Angela Carter's story opened as a Northern Stage production in September 2008.

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