"We don't publish plays." That's what "The New Yorker" told A.R. Gurney when he sent them his novel about the lives of two romantics as told through half a century of their love letters to each other. Gurney took this suggestion to heart and rewrote his novel as a play -- which went on to score a Pulitzer Prize nomination and become one of the most beloved theatrical works for both actors and audiences alike.
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