Red Eye of Love

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Sun & Moon Press, 1997 - 92 pages
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The tale of a bizarre yet familiar triangle involving a moneyed butcher who writes poetry, a poor but idealistic inventor who is interested in security and securities, and a girl forced to decide between love and money, the play is easily recognized as a good-humored allegory on the last several decades of American life presented in the rollicking style of music-hall comedy.

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