Amma is Clarissa that is n’t Dalloway however, and also this isn’t a novel about her celebration.

Amma is Clarissa that is n’t Dalloway however, and also this isn’t a novel about her celebration.

Clare Bucknell

It’s night that is opening the National Theatre. The radical journalist and manager Amma Bonsu, snubbed for many years because of the social establishment on her uncompromising work (FGM: The Musical; Cunning Stunts), is mostly about to astonish audiences with a play that is new. The Last Amazon of Dahomey has out of stock prior to the run starts; it features 18th-century lesbian West African warriors, ‘thunderous armies of charging you Amazons brandishing muskets and machetes/hollering and inflammation towards the audience’. Continue reading «Amma is Clarissa that is n’t Dalloway however, and also this isn’t a novel about her celebration.»