Suspense Plot Clarification:
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

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Order Cat '. . . whatever the risk of being turned a cold shoulder, I still don't want to talk to people only about the surface aspects of their lives, the sort of things that acquaintances laugh and chatter about on ordinary social occasions. I feel that they get plenty of that, and heaven knows so do I, before and after the little interval of time in which I have their attention and say what I have to say to them.'

-- Tennessee Williams


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CAT's Clarification Scene
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