The Parrot Tavern by David Wurtzebach

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"The Parrot Tavern is an impeccably crafted, absorbing drama that begins comically, then subtly becomes more serious. Many dramas raise more questions than they answer. This is not necessarily a flaw, as such questions can elucidate issues about humanity, love, forces beyond our control. The drama is undeniably intriguing and utterly compelling."
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"The Parrot Tavern is a necessarily fictionalized (and often comic) rendering of the love triangle alluded to in Shakespeare’s sonnets.
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Published August 30, 2013 by Xlibris. 96 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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on Dec 29 2014

"The Parrot Tavern is an impeccably crafted, absorbing drama that begins comically, then subtly becomes more serious. Many dramas raise more questions than they answer. This is not necessarily a flaw, as such questions can elucidate issues about humanity, love, forces beyond our control. The drama is undeniably intriguing and utterly compelling."

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