Start: I was standing at the side of the
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Finally talking more than 1 or 2 word responses for the first time in the play, the nephew relates
Start: I was standing at the side of the house. I don’t remember what I had been doing. I don’t remember anything before, immediately before, or immediately after.
End: I wasn’t me. I was them. I was they. Which is grammatically correct? . . . I’ve not tried to explain the experience before, but you asked -
For full, extended monologue, see:
Wilson, Lanford. Brontosaurus. Dramatists Play Service, 1978.