Time Plays

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J. B. Priestley's Time Plays
... The 'Time Plays' are a series of dramas written by British author J ... They are so called because each plays with a different concept of time ... In each play an alternative theory of time becomes the central metaphor or theatrical device of the play, the characters' lives being affected by how they react to the unusual temporal ...

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    I bow’d not to thy image for succession,
    Nor bound thy bow to shoot reformed kindness,
    Thy plays of hope and fear were my confession,
    The spectacles to my life was thy blindness;
    But Cupid now farewell, I will go play me,
    With thoughts that please me less and less betray me.
    Fulke Greville (1554–1628)

    When you get out on one of those lakes in a canoe like this, you do not forget that you are completely at the mercy of the wind, and a fickle power it is. The playful waves may at any time become too rude for you in their sport, and play right over you.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)