Book One Title Page, Copyright

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pp. 1-4

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Acknowledgments

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pp. 5-5

Grace was first published as a book in 1999 by Story Line Press. The author wishes to thank the book’s editors and readers. A stage version of was performed in 2008 at Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago. The author wishes to thank Bernie Sahlins.

A Note on the Language

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pp. 6-6

Contents

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pp. 7-8

The Overruth Hearings

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pp. 9-16

The Eclogues of Opcit

I. Genesises

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pp. 19-26

II. I Been to New York. Once.

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pp. 27-58

III. The Opposite Number

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pp. 59-80

IV. The Death of the Appreciator

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pp. 81-90

V. Eclogue of Afters

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pp. 91-128

VI. The Wings of Man

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pp. 129-135

Biographical Note

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pp. 136-136

Book Two Title Page, Copyright

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pp. 137-140

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Acknowledgments

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pp. 5-6

Grace was first published as a book in 1999 by Story Line Press. The author wishes to thank the book’s editors and readers. A stage version of was performed in 2008 at Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago. The author wishes to thank Bernie Sahlins.

Contents

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pp. 7-8

The Afterdammit

Scene 1. Burnt Offerings

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pp. 11-27

Scene 2. Weight Watchers

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pp. 28-36

Scene 3. The Itinerant Poker

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pp. 37-47

Scene 4. A Momoyama Screen

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pp. 48-52

Opcit en Afrique

Scene 1. Breaking News

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pp. 55-61

Scene 2. Air Force 1½

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pp. 62-77

Scene 3. Table Talk

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pp. 78-86

Scene 4. 4-Way Stops

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pp. 87-97

Scene 5. The Citizen at the End of the World

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pp. 98-102

The Last Cosmonaut: A Christmas Tale

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Prologue

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pp. 105-106

When Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev finally gets back down to Earth next month—after spending seven months longer than he’d planned in space— he may well want to crawl back into his spacecraft. ...

Day 1. Poets Shot from Guns

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pp. 107-113

Day 2. Wish You Were Here

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pp. 114-118

Day 3. The Wild Colonial Boy

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pp. 119-128

Day 4. Ptolemy Was Right

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pp. 129-135

Biographical Note

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pp. 136-272