Peter Oswald

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Peter Oswald (born 1965) is an English playwright. He is married to the poet Alice Oswald, with whom he has three children. They live in Devon, South West England.

He was playwright in residence at Shakespeare's Globe theatre, London, for whom he wrote three new plays. Later he was playwright-in-residence at the Finborough Theatre, London.

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  • Peter Oswald; Mary Stuart. Samuel French, London, 2006
  • Peter Oswald; The Golden Ass or the Curious Man. Comedy in three parts after the novel Metamorphoses by Lucius Apuleius. Oberon Books: London, GB. 2002. ISBN 1-84002-285-X.
  • Peter Oswald; Earth Has Not Any Thing to Shew More Fair: A Bicentennial Celebration of Wordsworth's Sonnet Composed upon Westminster Bridge (co-editor with Alice Oswald and Robert Woof) Shakespeare's Globe & The Wordsworth Trust, 2002 ISBN 1-870787-84-6
  • Peter Oswald; Fair Ladies at a Game of Poem Cards. A drama in verses after an eighteenth-century Japanese puppet play by the Kabuki playwright Chikamatsu Monzaemon. Methuen Drama, London, GB. 1996 (USA: Heinemann, Portsmouth, New Hampshire). ISBN 0-413-71510-8.

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