In a surreal moment in the play, Vivian Bearing, an accomplished
This is my plays last scene, here heavens appoint
My pilgrimages last mile; and my race
Idly, yet quickly runne, hath this last pace,
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It would be a relief to be a cheerleader on her way to Daytona Beach for Spring Break. To get back to my room after those infernal test is just the next thing that happens.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Margaret Edson, Wit, Faber & Faber, 1999, pp. 52-53.
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