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Terence Rattigan: The rise, fall and rise again of a 20th-century great

Derided by critic Kenneth Tynan as representing everything wrong with theatre, the playwright fell out of fashion in the 1960s before a resurgence in popularity in recent decades. Amid new revivals of his work, Nick Smurthwaite looks at his enduring appeal, a new discovery and attempts to give him a fitting resting place

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