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Sexual Perversity in Chicago and the Duck Variations: Two Plays Chapter Summary & Analysis - Duck Variations, 1st - 9th Variations Summary

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Duck Variations, 1st - 9th Variations Summary

A short forward from David Mamet tells the reader that "The Duck Variations" is a simple play. The only scene is a park with a park bench. Mamet leaves it to the actors to decide how to do the blocking and whether they want to add a single prop such as a wire garbage can.

First Variation - "It's Nice, the Park Is Nice"

The First Variation begins with Emil and George commenting on the fact that the park is nice. The two men are watching a boat out on the water. Emil comments that it is early in the day to be seeing a boat. The men discuss the temperature and how the water is colder than the earth. The men wonder if the people riding the ferry are cold and George comments that they probably...

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