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Littlewood

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  1. (Maud) Joan . 1914–2002, British theatre director, who founded the Theatre Workshop Company (1945) with the aim of bringing theatre to the working classes: noted esp for her production of Oh, What a Lovely War! (1963)
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  • Mr. Littlewood described the prayer as earnest, fervent and fluent.

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  • Mr. Littlewood thought that Peace was going to give him the name of the colliers.

  • Before Mr. Littlewood left, Peace asked him to hear him pray.

  • Mr. Littlewood looked at him closely and appeared to be deliberating on his reply.

  • Mr. Littlewood had known Peace a few years before, when he had been chaplain at Wakefield Prison.