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  1. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    Unfortunately, you cannot read this Because it is written by An Old White Dude and everyone knows that Old White Dudes cannot write women well And everyone knows that Everyone.Everyone knows that men, especially Old White Dudes are out of touch with modern society This shit was written in the 80s for goodness sake They also hate all women Even when they write sparkling monologues for older women and have them having conversations that aren t just about men, you can just feel the hatred see Unfortunately, you cannot read this Because it is written by An Old White Dude and everyone knows that Old White Dudes cannot write women well And everyone knows that Everyone.Everyone knows that men, especially Old White Dudes are out of touch with modern society This shit was written in the 80s for goodness sake They also hate all women Even when they write sparkling monologues for older women and have them having conversations that aren t just about men, you can just feel the hatred seeping in It s the way they were brought up Oh yeah, and massive trigger warning as well So don t bother Stay in your comfort zone It s nice there Beanbags and terrariums Mmm, avocado and quinoa I m being facetious but I m in that mood right now I ll write a proper review later


  2. Stef Smulders Stef Smulders says:

    Great fun reading these theatre monologues with characters ranging from the hilarious to the sad The first one is maybe the best one never imagined that such a little sentence as We laughed could become so significant, and sad The most hilarious one is The finger of God The only weak one would be Playing Sandwiches There are many funny wisecracks to be found in these texts If you think squash is a competitive activity try flower arrangement.


  3. Cecily Cecily says:

    Thirteen sad monologues, all with a twist More happens in what is unsaid than what is said Not a good idea to read too many in one sitting ish as they are otherwise they meld a little too much.


  4. Helle Helle says:

    I picked up this book last time I was in London solely based on having read and thoroughly enjoyed Bennett s The Uncommon Reader, which I chuckled my way through My expectations, therefore, were probably not quite realistic, not because Talking Heads isn t funny It is, in parts, butthan that, it is heartbreaking, sometimes even tragic, and although I suspect it is quite truthful about the kinds of lives some people lead, it was ultimately also somewhat depressing, with one or two excepti I picked up this book last time I was in London solely based on having read and thoroughly enjoyed Bennett s The Uncommon Reader, which I chuckled my way through My expectations, therefore, were probably not quite realistic, not because Talking Heads isn t funny It is, in parts, butthan that, it is heartbreaking, sometimes even tragic, and although I suspect it is quite truthful about the kinds of lives some people lead, it was ultimately also somewhat depressing, with one or two exceptions The book consists of a number of monologues, most of which are by middle aged women, most of whom areor less miserable What I enjoyed the most was when things were left unsaid and when the speaker was clearly clueless as to certain important parts of their own lives e.g when one woman s husband is probably a murderer However, as Bennett for some reason had included lengthy introductions to three rounds of monologues, way too much in my view had been explained even before I read the stories, which was a shame Quite enjoyable, but perhaps too much of the same One or twouplifting twists or different kinds of characters would have addedcolour,hope I suspect I also would have gotten a lotout of the monologues if I had actually heard them performed, which is after all what they were meant for There were quite a lot of colloquial British expressions which would no doubt have come alive quite wonderfully if spoken by e.g Patricia Routledge, who was apparently cast for a few of the monologues I may have to try and find them despite the fact that they re hardly part of the TV curriculum here in Denmark


  5. Laura Laura says:

    From BBC radio 4 Alan Bennett s much loved collection of monologues, giving us a glimpse in to the lives of six ordinary British people.1 Talking about Talking Heads2 A Chip in the Sugar read by Alan BennettLife for Graham and his elderly mother has settled into a comfortable pattern when a face from the past appears to threaten his peace of mind 3 A Lady of Letters read by Patricia RoutledgeIrene thinks corresponding is every citizen s right in a free society, but she gets her first ta From BBC radio 4 Alan Bennett s much loved collection of monologues, giving us a glimpse in to the lives of six ordinary British people.1 Talking about Talking Heads2 A Chip in the Sugar read by Alan BennettLife for Graham and his elderly mother has settled into a comfortable pattern when a face from the past appears to threaten his peace of mind 3 A Lady of Letters read by Patricia RoutledgeIrene thinks corresponding is every citizen s right in a free society, but she gets her first taste of real freedom in the most unlikely place 4 Bed Among the Lentils read by Anna MasseySusan doesn t feel she has any of the talents needed to be a vicar s wife and finds herself seeking comfort elsewhere 5 Her Big Chance read by Julie WaltersLesley is an actress who works hard at her craft but needs a career leg up Will a chance encounter at a party provide just that 6 Soldiering On read by Stephanie ColeMuriel is determined not to let her recent widowhood get her down, but the fallout is farserious than she could ever have expected 7 A Cream Cracker Under the Settee read by Thora HirdDoris has fallen off the buffet and, while sitting in the dark waiting for help, she looks back on a life dedicated to fighting dirt https archive.org details TalkingHe


  6. Margaret Bamford Margaret Bamford says:

    I think this is a brilliant book and I loved every page The characters are so realistic that I could find people I knew that were very like some of them.


  7. Bettie Bettie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Been listening to this on and off for a couple of years and am going to see it off Now that makes it sound like a chore, doesn t it, well it is not These are fab vignettes.The only Bennett that I haven t liked is that which all else love, namely The Uncommon Reader Been listening to this on and off for a couple of years and am going to see it off Now that makes it sound like a chore, doesn t it, well it is not These are fab vignettes.The only Bennett that I haven t liked is that which all else love, namely The Uncommon Reader


  8. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    This book was great Normally I believe that plays are better performed than read, but I still loved this book of short monologues and comedic scenes.


  9. Mercedes Mercedes says:

    Listened to this as an audiobook, some of these stories are priceless, Patricia Routledge is incredible The Vicars wife outstanding Bennett gives a voice to the quiet Briton, universal man or woman with incredible pathos, satire, insight and wit, utterly compelling monologues spoken by people who totally wore the role, poignant and beautiful.


  10. Tracey Thompson Tracey Thompson says:

    Classic.


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