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An Upside-Down World

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: An Upside-Down World  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Theatre
Collections: Plays, Critical Thinking, Logic, Authors Community, Psychology, Sociobiology, Biology, Fine Arts, Literature, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache


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This play does not represent time in suspension or a snapshot cartoon, but rather a living entity in never ending motion. As with two people reading the same book but not imagining the same things, the actors and producers will be the true creators of new models and ideas due to the existing framework. Consider the theater as a painting with ideas made out of a malleable material. Time stamps its features upon it and producers remodel its structure. Actors, as factors from the literary system, influence the "personality" of the characters through their own personalities.

Forewords that reveal plot and characters betray books. Knowledge of the plot can reduce the reader's interest in reading the book. The purpose of a foreword should be to arouse impulses for reading because it stimulates curiosity.

In some places, some speeches may be adapted or the actors may improvise for a better connection between the moduli and the integrity of the play. In order to test the reaction of the audience, to measure the flair of the critics for the illogicality of the play, and to determine the force of electricity in the thinking and power of adaptability to the environment to the unpropitious conditions of living (Darwin's theory) of the spectators in a hostile and constraining world, the producer may create other variants to break the above conditions to realize totally illogical plays. I hope there will be an exact distinction between "the absurd" and "the illogical." The "absurd" has its absurd logical while the "illogical" has none. We can afford this illogicality because the world depicted in this play is an illogical one. It is an upside-down DRAMA. So the variants: IBAF H CG ED HGB DIF ACE GCE B AHI DF, are distinct illogical plays, even with the permutations done into the moduli G or G. Let's be serious even in... the unreliableness.


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