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Published by Faber and Faber in London, Boston .
Written in English

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StatementTom Stoppard.
LC ClassificationsPR6069.T6 H37 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 89 p. ;
Number of Pages89
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2248414M
ISBN 100571151604
LC Control Number89123798

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With his characteristically brilliant wordplay and extraordinary scope, Tom Stoppard has in Hapgood devised a play that "spins an end-of-the-cold-war tale of intrigue and betrayal, interspersed with explanations of the quixotic behavior of the electron and the puzzling properties of light" (David Richards, The New York Times).It falls to Hapgood, an extraordinary British)/5(25). Mystery in Acambaro: Did Dinosaurs Survive Until Recently? by Hapgood, Charles, H.,Hapgood, Charles H. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at . That book was later revised and in republished as The Path of the Pole by Chilton. In an introductory note, Hapgood said: In an introductory note, Hapgood said: "Polar wandering is based on the idea that the outer shell of the earth shifts about from time to time, moving some continents toward and other continents away from the poles. Hapgood Plot Summary. Act 1, Scene 1. Some years ago Joseph Kerner, a physicist, defected to the West. Although he initially was supposed to work as a spy for the Russians, his loyalty was turned by Elizabeth Hapgood, head of British intelligence. Kerner's job for British intelligence is to pass false or harmless information onto the.

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