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Fallacy of the Forbidden
     

Fallacy of the Forbidden

by Raymond Miller
 

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The underlying theme of this three act drama is "We can't help who we love." The play centers on Ricky and Miranda who, as children, develop a strong bond. Through tragedy and the harsh tribulations of coming of age, this bond blossoms into fully blown feelings of love. Unfortunately Ricky and Miranda are second cousins. Torn between his ethics and his feelings for

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The underlying theme of this three act drama is "We can't help who we love." The play centers on Ricky and Miranda who, as children, develop a strong bond. Through tragedy and the harsh tribulations of coming of age, this bond blossoms into fully blown feelings of love. Unfortunately Ricky and Miranda are second cousins. Torn between his ethics and his feelings for Miranda, Ricky endeavors to uncover the truth regarding the nature of their kinship and the morality of their feelings.

Laden with subtle symbolism and unapologetic use of "in your face" stereotypes, this bold twist on a classic theme confronts the tragedy of forbidden love through the exposition and attempted reclamation of a modern prejudice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781461130680
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
06/11/2011
Pages:
84
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)

Meet the Author

Raymond Miller was born in Picayune Mississippi in 1969. He has an Associates of Arts from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, a Bachelors of Science in Information Technology from Tulane University, and a Masters of Business Administration from William Carey University. He works as a .net programmer and web developer at a large regional bank.

Raymond has always been interested in both writing and acting, doing both at an amature level for many years. Raymond has done 17 college and community theater plays. Some of his most memorable roles were Van Helsing in "Dracula," Dr. Jekyll in "Jekyll and Hyde," Tom Wingfield in "The Glass Menagerie," and George Baily in the musical version of "It's a Wonderful Life."

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