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Whose Life is it Anyway?
Serious but witty drama about one man's personal choice between life and death. A horrific car accident has left Ken Harrison completely paralysed. Ken is highly intelligent, sensitive and witty, and is wickedly mischievous about his own sexual desires and inability to fulfil them. Life as a paraplegic is to him, no life at all. He asks to be allowed to die. This he could achieve by discharging himself from hospital, but being wholly helpless has to gain the authorities consent. The play examines the moral and legal aspects of the situation, and the reactions of the hospital staff. Finally the whole matter is laid before a judge who hears the evidence and gives his verdict.
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