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August 21, 2008


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The whole HUAC conceit is pretty terrific, Rachel, and Marion Wrenn is a star witness. Her answers to numbers 13 nd 14 radiate with the glow of uranium on one of the moons of Jupiter. I will paint my bride and think of thee, quarterly. "Food and Punishment" by Rosalind Kolnikov might outsell her previous best-seller, "The Pawnbroker's Sister," about a triangle between two older women and a nervous artistic student.

Great script. Good for a short drama and dialogue " Who or Where is John Galt? Remember Jan. 16 @ CHW? I enjoy her books, but she is self centered(AR) Love Mother Wrenn.

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