Dictee - Thalia: Comedy Summary & Analysis

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
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Thalia: Comedy Summary

She takes the call at once as if for the very first time. When the call is announced by ringing, she does not think but picks it up without having time to think. All is prepared beforehand to the brief pause before she would say "yes." She speaks in a barely audible voice until she cannot contain any longer and muffles through the upstairs door through another door. She announces her arrival with anticipation. She wishes this person would change back into the person they used to be. It takes less time for her to realize that there will be no magical shifting. She wants to quickly abolish the ritual; there will be no more rehearsals or memorization. There is no end in sight that might appease. She charts each moment as if the act would release her from the antiphony...

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