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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 July 2008

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The setting is contemporary Chile. Fran is at home, sitting at a desk revising a manuscript for publication. James sits behind her on a stool reading. He often rises when speaking, as indicated, while she remains seated until the end. She does not acknowledge anyone else's presence until midway through the play when Ricky and Carlos speak of Admiral Richard Byrd's trip to Chile in 1940.

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