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 Posted: Wed Nov 4th, 2009 02:23 pm
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Mary Alice



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Paul,
 
Here and there it seemed a bit wordy, but I was laughing at those times.
 
The plot seems predictable and the points obvious, but it moves effortlessly in diverse unforeseeable directions.  Of course, I was laughing at the time.
 
The characters are stereotypes:  people doing what we do as individual as we allow ourselves to be, even the unseen "dunkeys".  Of course, I was laughing at the time.
 
The dialogue of attenuated cliché serves the predictable, unforeseeable, stereotypical individuals well.  Of course, I was laughing at the time.
 
Turning the table, calling it a desk and declaring that a change of scene! A tiny play within the play! So often done and seldom noticed! Of course, I was laughing at the time.
 
Mary Alice

Last edited on Wed Nov 4th, 2009 02:24 pm by Mary Alice