Rose and Robin are having a heart to heart while Hazel, Robin’s wife,
Start: Because I’m the sort of woman who forgets to take a pill in the morning, I’m just that sort of person, I don’t make lists or eat salad, I don’t do yoga or – I don’t have a pension even.
End: And I wondered if maybe she was a bit mentally ill, but I did understand, in that moment, the fundamental difference between Hazel and me, and why you might be more drawn to…
To that sort of woman. To the sort of woman who is cautious, and doesn’t make mistakes.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Lucy Kirkwood, The Children, Nick Hern Books, 2016, pp. 80-1..
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