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I know, I know... The Graveyard Book is currently in development. I further understand Mr. Gaiman was not pleased with the first draft of the screenplay, feeling it was "too faithful" to the book.

I have had an idea percolating for a couple of years: that "TGB" is ripe for adapting as Chamber Theatre. It offers countless opportunities for imaginative staging, narration and acting. The stage is a perfect world for this book to exist in, as its images and set pieces are conjured in a readers' mind.

I hope to pursue this... for educational purposes only, of course. Any thoughts?
 
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I think it's a different kind of compilation, just of track of conventional literature. So it creates a lot attraction..
 
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