A question of euthanasia

“There surely cannot be many plays in which a 13 year old is portrayed trying to strangle her severely disabled brother.” But such is the case with Richard Hughes’ The Sister’s Tragedy (1922), which George Bernard Shaw called “the finest one act play ever written”.

Dalrymple’s latest column at the BMJ

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