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    You must see Al Pacino's documentary "Looking For Richard". I think it will be of enormous help in understanding the relationships between the characters. You can rent this film at just about any video store.

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    Anthony Rosa
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    It seems easy to follow once you get the gist of the wording and the mindset of the play. From that point on, you can understand it quite easily, in my opinion.

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    get over it anyone with half a brain could follow it

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    Emma
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    I'm finding this play immensly difficult to follow, though the synopsis does help. Even if the play was written in modern English I find that there are too many characters too follow fully resulting in an interesting yet complex and confusing play. What does anyone else think?

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