A Frolic of His Own Setting & Symbolism

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Ace Worldwide Fidelity

Oscar's car insurance carrier, Ace first sends Frank Gribble, and then a Mr. Prisklikhoviscel, in vain attempts to settle his accident claim out of court. Gribble succeeds on a second visit, after Oscar has grown weary of dealing with the legal system.

The Battle of Antietam

The bloodiest one-day battle in the American Civil War, the Battle of Antietam is the focus of Oscar's play written about his late grandfather and the subject of a blockbuster film, The Blood in the Red White and Blue that he claims is stolen from him.

The Blood in the Red White and Blue

The Blood in the Red, White and Blue is the latest gory blockbuster film by Hollywood's reigning Wunderkind, Constantine Kiester, a producer known for such gory epics as the African saga, Uruburu., Kiester's current $90 million, 3-hour saga is claimed to be Oscar's stolen Civil War...

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