RE: RARA-AVIS: Woman chaser/Warburton

From: Forstater, Mathew (
Date: 19 Sep 2001

One of my favorite scenes in the book so far is when Richard spontaneously joins "Mother" for a dance in the basement:

"As the music swelled, yelled, jangled, soared to a half-tone above legal octave limits, and then dipped down to a foolish, single tootling oboe, I, me, Richard Hudson, pranced, cavorted, darted, turned, glided, bent, stretched, and did a mad *fouette* on one leg until I almost lost my reason."

How does the movie do with this?


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