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The philosopher David Hume and the economist Adam Smith explore twenty-first century Scotland with their travel companion Eve, a Scottish everywoman, in this extraordinary journey of enlightenment. Jo Clifford’s play is a timely reminder of how the greatest ideals can become sullied and how we have recklessly blurred the delicate distinctions between value, price, cost and worth.
About the Author
Jo Clifford is Professor of Theatre and Bill Findlay Fellow of Stage Translation at Queen Margaret’s University College Edinburgh, and Associate Playwright of the Playwrights’ Studio, Scotland. Her plays include the original works Losing Venice and Light in the Village, and adaptations of Faust and Celestina all published by NHB. Jo lives in Edinburgh.