by Diego Fabbri
Translated by Peggy Craig and H. A. L. Craig
Production by Michael Bakewell (The recorded broadcast of Dec. 7)
Inquisizione, by the contemporary Italian writer Diego Fabbri , is the first of his plays to be produced in this country. The setting is a mountain sanctuary where sufferers seek miraculous cures for their hearts as well as for bodily ills.
H. A. L.
by Alastair Maclntyre
Lecturer in Philosophy
In the University of Leeds
Mr. Maclntyre, whose view is that Pasternak is in many ways a Marxist author, draws some parallels between the young Hegelian Marx and Dr. Zhivago.
(The recorded broadcast of Dec. 27)
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