Start: After I shot Zackery, I put the g
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Babe Magrath-Botrelle has reunited with her two sisters in their family home in
Start: After I shot Zackery, I put the gun down on the piano bench, and then I went out into the kitchen and made up a pitcher of lemonade. I was dying of thirst.
End: That's what is happening - 'cause here I am just about ready to go right off to the Parchment Prison Farm. Yes, here I am just practically on the brink of utter doom. Why, I feel so all alone.
For full extended monologue, see:
Henley, Beth. Crimes of the Heart, Dramatists Play Service Acting Edition, 1982.