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Douglas Archibald

(1919—1993)


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(1919–93)

Trinidadian dramatist, civil engineer, and historian, one of the best known of the ‘yard theatre’ playwrights whose socially realist dramas depict life in the urban ‘yards’. Junction Village (1954) ...

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