Catherine has just received the news that her husband, Billy, has
Catherine: When Billy and I were first married - we fought all the time. About everything. My clothes. His clothes. My friend. His friends. Whether or not to have children.
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End: Finally she can’t remember what he looked like - at all. That’s what hurts. That’s what’s - peculiar. Losing him - a little at a time.
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: John Murrell, Waiting for the Parade, Talonbooks, 1980, p. 62-63.
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