START: Alan: This is a marvelous apartme...

The Boys in the Band

Michael Alan

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START: Alan: This is a marvelous apartment.

Michael: It’s too expensive. I work to pay rent.

Alan: What are you doing these days?

Michael: Nothing.

Alan: Aren’t you writing anymore?

Michael: I haven’t looked at a typewriter since I sold the very very wonderful, very very marvelous screenplay which never got produced.

[... … …]

END: Michael: Why are you in New York?

Alan: I’m dreadfully late for dinner.

Michael: Whose dinner? Where are you going?

Alan: Is this the loo?

Michael: Yes.

Alan: Excuse me.

Crowley, Mart, The Boys in the Band, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968, pp. 48-52.

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