The plot surges forward, complex gears mesh and strip and make a hell of a lot of noise -- drowning out the worki of true masters like that Mozart fellow and what's-his-name Handel.
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The typewriter is dusted and pencils are sharpened, doors are closed and heady music is played to drown out the sounds of man and nature behond the cell of staggering creation.
Characterization is integral to the theatrical experience.
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James Russell Lowell
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