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Alan Ayckbourn, born 1939, is a highly successful British playwright whose work has met with both critical and popular success. His work is collected, though it is not, at the time of writing, particularly expensive. Much of this is down to the format which is not particularly attractive to potential collectors. This does mean that anyone wishing to amass a full set of his works in 1st edition status can do so within a reasonable budget. Most of the books listed were also published in America, though English editions precede. ( Ayckborn ).
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Title   Date Notes
Relatively Speaking Evans 1968 wraps
Playbill One Hutchinson 1969 wrappers
We Who Are About To Methuen 1970 softcover
How the Other Half Loves Evan 1972 paperback
Time and Time Again French 1973 wraps
Absurd Person Singular French 1974 wraps
The Norman Conquests Chatto 1975  
Absent Friends French 1975 wraps
Bedroom Farce French 1977 wraps
Three Plays Chatto 1977  
Just Between Ourselves French 1978 wrappers
Ten Times Table French 1978 softcover
Joking Apart French 1979 paperback
Confusions Ditto 1979 Ditto
Sisterly Feelings Chatto 1981  
Taking Steps French 1981 wraps
Suburban Strains Ditto 1982 ""
Season's Greetings " 1982 "
Way Upstream " 1983 "
Intimate Exchanges " 1985 wraps 2 volumes
Chorus of Disapproval " 1985 wrappers
Woman in Mind Faber 1986  
A Small Family Business Faber 1987  
Henceforward Faber 1988  
Mr A's amazing Maze Plays Faber 1989 softcover
A Man of the Moment " 1990 "
Invisible Friends " 1991 "
Callisto 5 Faber 1992 wrappers
My Very Own Story " 1992 "
Wildest Dreams " 1993 "
Comic Potential Faber 1999 "
The Boy Who Fell into a Book " 2000 wraps

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