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Three Tall Women by Edward Albee
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Jun 27, 2010

liked it

I liked this play a lot, but only because the way that the three characters of the play then become aspects of the same person. I love how C says that she will never become A and B, while A and B simply roll their eyes at the foolishness they once possessed for thinking they'd never change. It's interesting to see the same person, but at three different ages, reflect on the same circumstances, but this play also annoyed me because of the uncomfortable sexual descriptions. Sure, mentioning these scenes may be needed for character development and all that, but I would enjoy this play much more if the description was cut down just a bit.

Overall, an enjoyable and interesting read. :]

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