Monologues for Teens and Twenties

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Chez Jim, Nov 1, 2003 - Drama - 46 pages
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Monologues for young adult actors (teens and twenties) - excerpted from Jim Chevallier's original collection "The Monologue Bin"

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these are some awesome monologues! they're full of depth and the storyline's are NOT cliche. mayb the actor that left that comment just isn't creative enough to perform it.

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This book is full of monologues for angry girls. There is nothing funny about any of them, don't waste your money or time.

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Page 1 - Ah no, now I've gone and made you cry. Hey, can we get a nurturer over here?
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A turbulent, brilliant figure from Old Regime France, Linguet was a lawyer - very popular at a time when that was frowned upon - whose colleagues drove him from the Bar and into journalism, where he founded Louis XVI's most popular newspaper. Which did not prevent him from getting thrown into the Bastille after he'd annoyed enough people. When he got out, he wrote this book, which helped stir popular indignation against the Bastille. His role in the run-up to the French Revolution did not protect him from its turmoil and he was ultimately guillotined.

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