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  • Exaggeration Of The Characters In Simon's Plays
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    NEIL SIMON: UTILIZING CHARACTER EXAGGERATION "Neil ("Doc") Simon stands alone as by far the most successful American playwright of this century and most probably in the history of the American theater" (Litz 573). He has entertained audiences for over thirty years with many Broadway productions, screenplays and television scripts. "He has been hailed as the most formidable comedy writer in American theater" (Geitner 253). Despite his great success, the majority of critics have refused to look pa...
  • Barney's Show
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    Barney is Evil Face it, thousands of people know it: Just the thought of a purple tyrannosaurus being in control of millions, if not billions, of young minds should strike fear into the hearts of any sane person. Some people say it's only a cheap show by a company, which I prefer not to mention. Yes, that's true. But Barney himself wields enough power to alter the fate of the earth. Barney could easily convince the children of earth that people who don't like him are evil, and should be destroye...
  • Show Barney Friends
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    Barney is The Hitler of My Generation 1992 marked a dark year in our nation's television history. That was the year a small production company brought to life an over-sized, giggling buffoon on the Public Broadcasting System (PBS). Barney & Friends was born. Oh, if only we had known better. Barney rode the crest of a dinosaur wave that swept the country in the early 1990's. Since then, researchers have proven Barney to be the spawn of Satan, and even educational leaders ponder the validity of hi...
  • Barney And Betty Hill
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    Returning to their New Hampshire home, Barney and Betty Hill had the worst time adjusting to the "invasion". Barney began smoking and Betty began to hallucinating. 3 weeks later Barney was on the verge of getting fired from his assistant supervisor job because he constantly got high in the workplace. He also began hallucinating about small martians speaking to him and telling him that everyone in their town are secret F.B.I. Agents and are out to get him and his wife. Also, that it would be a go...
  • Barneys Parents
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    Barney, a teenage boy, and his parents rent a summer cabin in Dunstable. Him and his parents are staying in a house that belonged to Captain Latham. Captain Latham had a trading ship when Dunstable was an important port. The captain's stupid younger brother was a sailor on his ship. And he went crazy and was locked in the front bedroom where barney sleeps for 20 years. When the Captain was out in the South Pacific they picked up a shipwrecked sailor. The guy they rescued bunked with the crazy br...
  • S Barney
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    By: Chris Harms The Rustlers of Panther Gap by Gilbert Morris is a Story of a boy who is determined to help his Indian Friends. The kids at school treat Hawk and Robin Leatherwood rotten, just because they " re "Indians". When the Buck brothers stand up for their friends, they Become a target, too. What's even worse, someone is Cutting down Mr. Leatherwood's valuable black walnut Trees and making off with wood! The sheriff and his deputies say they " re doing all They can, but they keep coming u...
  • Barney
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    There once was a man with a lot of trouble that followed him. It all started when he went fishing that one Friday afternoon. He was out in his boat and suddenly his fishing rod flew out of his hands. He grunted to himself and jumped in to go after he rod. All of the sudden this giant beast of a fish flew out of the water and tipped his boat over. After h got his boat flipped over, his jumped back in and rowed to shore. He was extremely angry because he got all wet. While he dragged his boat back...

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