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“Lest you think that Hanging Out the Clothes is a romantical kind of thing, let me assure you, it isn't always.”
“I have read these great books in the past couple of months, namely The Clothes on Their Backs”
“The final chapter is Change Clothes which is about changing one entire aspect of a space drastically, take for example the High Line in New York.”
“Clothes," I reminded him, but he had a mouthful of white lace and breast, and he didn't reply.”
“He sat up and said, "Clothes," and his technician's uniform pulled itself around him.”
“Clothes," suggested Beatrice, 'make-up and so on, money for presents, probably they have a mother or father they have to help out, holidays”
“When any one says 'Clothes' to me, I never can think of anything but red flannel petticoats, if you will excuse my mentioning the article.”
“Taking extraordinary liberties with time and place, "Clothes" fuses the past, present and future as Zelda and Scott re-visit the Jazz Age of their youth on the French Riviera and the ghosts of characters, including”
“Despite the fact that many critics originally failed to appreciate Williams 'post-modern dreamscape, several recognized the potential of this "quintessentially American romance" (as described by Our Town's Jeremy Gerard) acknowledging, as The New York Times' Clive Barnes did, that "Clothes" was a play "whose time has not yet come.”
“I can just simply point at them and say "Clothes" and they are more apt to be like, "Oh yeah, I forgot" and pick them up instead of slumping shoulders and complaining about doing something.”
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