I have not, but I'm always perversely curious when people have bad reactions to playwrights. Are we talking minimalist nothing happening or talky nothing happening or trite nothing happening?
Well, I read the intro by Alan Simpson who is the dude who apparently discovered Behan, and he mentions twice how Behan can be repetitive with no distinct rising action. As a result I'm like 20 pages into the Quare Fellow, everything has been repeated like 3 times and with like 5 books going on at once it is hard to keep bringing myself back to Behan. So I was wondering if anybody thought there was a significiant pay off.
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