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Twelve Angry Men (Penguin Classics) A Landmark American Drama That Inspired A Classic Film And A Broadway Revival Featuring An Introduction By David MametA Blistering Character Study And An Examination Of The American Melting Pot And The Judicial System That Keeps It In Check, Twelve Angry Men Holds At Its Core A Deeply Patriotic Faith In The US Legal System The Play Centers On Juror Eight, Who Is At First The Sole Holdout In An Guilty Vote Eight Sets His Sights Not On Proving The Other Jurors Wrong But Rather On Getting Them To Look At The Situation In A Clear Eyed Way Not Affected By Their Personal Prejudices Or Biases Reginald Rose Deliberately And Carefully Peels Away The Layers Of Artifice From The Men And Allows A Fuller Picture To Form Of Them And Of America, At Its Best And Worst After The Critically Acclaimed Teleplay Aired In , This Landmark American Drama Went On To Become A Cinematic Masterpiece InStarring Henry Fonda, For Which Rose Wrote The Adaptation More Recently, Twelve Angry Men Had A Successful, And Award Winning, Run On BroadwayFor Than Seventy Years, Penguin Has Been The Leading Publisher Of Classic Literature In The English Speaking World With Than , Titles, Penguin Classics Represents A Global Bookshelf Of The Best Works Throughout History And Across Genres And Disciplines Readers Trust The Series To Provide Authoritative Texts Enhanced By Introductions And Notes By Distinguished Scholars And Contemporary Authors, As Well As Up To Date Translations By Award Winning Translators



10 thoughts on “Twelve Angry Men (Penguin Classics)

  1. says:

    Oh WellI just think he s guilty I thought it was obvious This is a passionate play about twelve jurors who must decide whether a boy who s charged with premeditated homicide of his father, is guilty or not Only one member of the jury believe


  2. says:

    You would think they would ve forced us to watch Twelve Angry Men in law school, but they didn t After reading the play and watching the movie a few weeks ago, I feel like every American should have to read Twelve Angry Men The play centers on a jur


  3. says:

    4.75 I have commited a book crime I watched the movie adaptation first and gasps enjoyed the ending of the movie better Still an incredible play that I would recommend anyone to read


  4. says:

    This was an LA Theater Works edition They did a really good job capturing the arguments, prejudices, attitudes with voices that were easily distinguished The story is fantastic, of course The only issue I had with this was the laugh tracks Honest, they had la


  5. says:

    The following will be a twelve thousand word dissertation on the seventy page long play by Reginald Rose Or maybe not Maybe I ll simply stick to reviewing Recently I ve been reading several plays and short stories In part because I m required to like this one and


  6. says:

    Facts may be coloured by the personalities of the people who present them.


  7. says:

    I remember watching the movie in class and enjoyed it so much, so I just had to read the book Honestly, this should be a compulsory read or watch for everyone in school Facts may be coloured by the personalities of the people who present them This is basically about 12 jur


  8. says:

    The twelve angry men in this play are members of a jury deliberating during a homicide trial They must come to an unanimous decision of guilty or not guilty to prevent a hung jury Their decision has serious consequences since a guilty charge will result in a death sentence Eleve


  9. says:

    First of all, go and watch the film version of this with Henry Fonda, as it is one of the greatest films of all time I have yet to meet one person that did not like nor appreciate the importance of that film There were eleven votes for guilty It s not easy for me to raise my hand an


  10. says:

    I love this It s so brilliant in so many ways I remember reading this in school and thinking how unfair it was of the main antagonist juror, 3, to disregard all points regarding anything that might lead to a not guilty verdict simply because of his own personal prejudices and opinions It


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