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FREE EBOOK ☆ EPUB Isn't It Romantic ä 9780822205777 ï WENDY WASSERSTEIN ç The play deals with the post college careers and dilemmas of two former classmates a short slightly plump would be writer named Janie Blumberg and her tall thin gorgeous WASP friend Harriet Cornwall Both are strugAnd identities In Janie's case this leads to an inconclusive involvement with a young Jewish doctor who calls her Monkey; while Harriet assails the world of big business and has an affair with her hard driving and married boss Told in a fast moving series of inventive alternately hilarious and Just getting out of college SUUUUUCKS This play captures a big mood for sure

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The play deals with the post college careers and dilemmas of two former classmates a short slightly plump would be writer named Janie Blumberg and her tall thin gorgeous WASP friend Harriet Cornwall Both are struggling to escape from lingering parental domination and to establish their own lives Wendy Wasserstein never disappoints I loved the telephone messages concept throughout and how most of them in the original cast at PH in NYC in 1983 were famous actors Meryl Streep Patti Lupone Kevin Kline etc The audience would have just heard their voices instead of ever seeing their character I thought all the characters were lovable and real especially the friendship between Janie and Harriet Really counting my blessings I wasn't a young career driven woman in the 70s80s who also wanted a family because the media at the time which still guilted and chastised women for wanting both would have annoyed the hell out of me

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Isn't It RomanticTouchingly revealing scenes the play explores their parallel stories with uncommon wit and wisdom resulting ultimately in a heightened awareness which while not providing all the answers goes a long way toward achieving the maturity and self assuredness that both protagonists so desperately desi Weaker then Uncommon Women I felt but still very interesting Strange choice to have some characters never show up on stage Can you have it all or in the pursuit of that do you automatically miss out on something? Or are reuired to lower standards? The pressure of parents All relevant themes although I think her plays tend to be considered dates but the themes aren't