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    Reader comments on A Lie of the Mind

    Subject: scene 2, my opinions.
    Date: May 17, 2004
    Sender: dan scottPrevious | Next

    well, i think that scene 2 is quite powerful as a script.

    i am soon to be performing this as my scripted piece for my gcse drama examination!!

    eventhough the play seems quite confusing this is how jake seems to be, he is both confusing and confused at the same time!!

    i agree with both of the above in that a: it is a bueatifull peice and b. that it is confusing towards the end!!

    i suggest you try and get hold of a full script and have a read through. i find it to be quite enteraining and powerful reading!!

    (dan scott 16: uk)

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    Comment index:

  • Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Annonymous, Dec 7, 2003
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from John, Dec 12, 2003
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Raquel, Oct 5, 2004
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Barbara, Oct 7, 2004
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Precious, Mar 9, 2006
  • » scene 2, my opinions. «   from dan scott, May 17, 2004
  • High School   from Lauren, Oct 30, 2006
  • Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Annonymous, Dec 7, 2003
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from John, Dec 12, 2003
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Raquel, Oct 5, 2004
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Barbara, Oct 7, 2004
  • Re: Nothing Wrong With The Script   from Precious, Mar 9, 2006
  • » scene 2, my opinions. «   from dan scott, May 17, 2004
  • High School   from Lauren, Oct 30, 2006