Monster Motors by Brian Lynch PDF

By Brian Lynch

The once-quiet city of Transylvania, Kentucky is below assault from Cadillacula, an evil vampire-car that sucks the fuel out of different automobiles! The extra sufferers he claims, the extra robust he will get. Genius mechanic Vic Frankenstein has an answer: construct a monster to struggle a monster. Vic and his android assistant iGOR (interactive storage Operations robotic) gather a huge truck from the items of the town's fallen automobiles. Frankenride is born and the conflict among solid and evil hits the line!

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Dorine Oh, you’re so pious, but you still lose your temper? Orgon Yes, I do. Listening to this stupidity makes me feel sick. I insist that you hold your tongue. Dorine Very well. But even if I don’t speak, I’m thinking. Orgon Think if you must, but keep it to yourself, or . . That’s enough. ] As a wise man, I have thought soberly about everything. Dorine I’m furious that I’m not allowed to speak.

And why did he recently forbid us to admit visitors? Does an innocent guest offend Heaven? What’s the reason for all this uproar? Shall I tell you what I think? I think, to tell the truth, he’s jealous of Madame. 0 LPI MoliereTartuffe-00Bk Page 7 Wednesday, July 23, 2008 10:25 AM Act I, scene 1 Mme. Pernelle Stop that! Watch what you are saying. He’s not the only one to criticize these visits. All the commotion that those people make, all those carriages parked in front of the door, all those servants making a hubbub in the neighborhood .

Does my comedy present anything new? Who could believe that such widely detested behavior would influence anyone; that I make it more dangerous by presenting it on the stage, that it would receive some validity because it is presented by a scoundrel? That does not seem possible, and the comedy of Tartuffe should be approved or all comedies banned. This is the argument that rages so furiously nowadays; never has there been so much agitation against the theater. I do not deny that some Fathers of the Church have condemned comedy, but one cannot also deny that some have discussed it more leniently.

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