t c worsley in a sentence
- "This is an extraordinary work, " claimed T C Worsley in the " New Statesman " . " It is at the same time wildly comic and savagely cruel; it moves with a virtuoso's freedom up and down the emotional scale from pure farce at one extreme to real pathos at the other.
- In the " New Statesman ", T C Worsley, in a piece entitled'The Love of the Hunchbacks', noted that " " Ard鑜e " comes very agreeably to the palate . " Referring to the savagery of the play, he suggested " that it is arguable that Anouilh's device of the hunchbacks really doesn't quite hold his theme : he doesn't seem to have allowed enough for the pity that may redeem the horror ."