May. 12th, 2008

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Dear Sir,

I have, as promised, looked into some literary materials for you. If you are at all interested in pursuing a theatrical performance, perhaps you'd enjoy undertaking Moliere's
Malade Imaginaire or Cyrano de Bergerac. On the English side of the dramatic world, you might prefer the scandalous Lover's Vows or Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Mr. Fell, whose name I believe I mentioned to you, has all of these works in his collection and I have amused myself over the past weeks in reading them over. Having never seen a play before, as I believe I told you, I am no judge as to which might be a simple or an arduous undertaking to perform; I merely consult my own preferences when recommending these to you as having small casts and turns toward the comedic. Still, I would assist in any manner possible if I might have the honor of seeing you act. I do not mean to press, however. You may do with these recommendations as you wish.

Your most humble servant,
J. Adams


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