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That’s All She Wrote

by on July 29, 2015

“Sir? There’s an opera singer, Christine somebody, wants this printed.”

“What, Erik is dead? That’s it? Who’s Erik, then?”

“No idea. She seemed very upset.”

“Well, even so, we’re a serious paper, Dawson. We want facts. Not random phrases.”

“Of course, sir.”

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7 Comments
  1. kathy29156 permalink

    Of course she is upset if Erik is dead!

  2. Dawson will have a tough time digging up facts

  3. Now I have to go read that!

    • I’ve never actually read it, myself. I skimmed the Wikipedia synopsis and read one or two bits on Wikisource. 🙂

  4. Kalpana solsi permalink

    Now Dawson has more work on his hands.

  5. This is such a cool answer to the Christine question. I’ve of course heard of the musical, but I didn’t know the whole story behind it.

    • I’ve heard of the musical and the story, but haven’t seen or read either one yet. Clearly I need to, though.

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