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Written by Cheryl
(3/8/2007 10:36 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Faulkland, penned by Emmeline
That's interesting, Emmeline. Do you think the Faulkland/Julia storyline was supposed to be taken humorously or was it a deliberate insertion of sobriety in the midst of all that levity? Were we supposed to laugh at Faulkland or feel sorry for Julia? Or both?
I know I thought him a funny character when we first met him in Act II where he was obsessing about what Julia was singing and dancing in his absence. But in the subsequent three Acts, he just irritated the heck out of me. But then Julia came to annoy me as well with her continual forgiveness - how insecure must she be in her willingness to be treated like that? Perhaps there is "something indelicate" in her haste to forgive after all? ;-)
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