- Laburnum Grove
A 1936 work by playwright J.B. Priestley, originally written as a comedy film - an exploration of greed and dishonesty in suburban England.
"Ferndale, Laburnum Grove. A quiet, residential address in one of the newer north London suburbs. George Radfern, decent, respectable citizen and householder spends his Sunday evenings in his greenhouse, listening to Handel on the wireless. But when his grasping in-laws and daughter's obnoxious beau try to coax more money from him, George makes an unlikely confession."
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