Oxford Playscripts: Dodger by Stephen Briggs, Terry Pratchett
  

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Oxford Playscripts: Dodger by Stephen Briggs, Terry Pratchett

An exciting classroom playscript based on Terry Pratchett's best-selling novel Dodger. Dodger is a sewer scavenger who spends his days sifting through the murky underbelly of Victorian London. But when he rescues a young girl from a vicious assault, he begins to realise that things overground are even murkier than down in the sewers. As Dodger attempts to unravel the mystery of the attack, he finds himself ducking, weaving and dodging his way through high society with London's most famous literary and political figures. But can he find the attackers before they find him?

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Stephen Briggs, Terry Pratchett
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

13th February 2014

ISBN

9780198393498


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