1972: Creeps, by David Freeman, part of Canadian Play Series

By (author)David Freeman


Creeps by David Freeman is a play that explores the lives of four men who reside in a mental institution. The play is set in the 1970s, and it delves into the experiences of the characters as they navigate through their daily lives in the institution. The play is part of the Canadian Play Series and was published by the University of Toronto Press in 1972.

The play’s title, Creeps, refers to the derogatory term used to describe people with mental illnesses during that time. The play is a poignant commentary on the treatment of mental illness in the 1970s and the stigma attached to it. The characters in the play are complex and well-developed, and the play explores their individual struggles and relationships with each other. Creeps is a powerful and thought-provoking play that sheds light on an important issue and is still relevant today.

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Creeps, by David Freeman, part of Canadian Play Series, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1972.

Red softcover edition, with white printed decoration and lettering on cover and spine. There is minor rubbing and wear on the cover, but the volume is impeccable on the inside. It’s clean, with no writing or markings, and very tightly bound there is no evidence that had ever been fully opened or read in full. As good as new!

Weight .1 kg
Dimensions 21 × 13 × 1 cm




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