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I read it and re-read it after I received it.
Guare does a wonderful job of letting the reader use his imagination and create his own backgrounds and deeper personalities for the characters.
Paul makes everyone feel better about themselves and the Kittredges agree to let Paul spend the night in their apartment.
Six Degrees is a weird little play. The way the characters are directed to regularly speak to the audience to relay past events or what has transpired between scenes is really... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Swank Ivy
While I never get as much reward from reading a play as a novel, I did find the message awesome, John Guare makes us THINK, and that's important.Published 17 months ago by Gwen P. Choate
i have not read the book yet - heard many good things about it - i will update when i am done reading.Published 21 months ago by bigcheese
I forgot to write this review, but this is an amazing play. I read it and re-read it after I received it. Read morePublished on September 8, 2011 by Jay
I am requesting the book (not the play) for this Title. I do know that it was a true story. Cab you help me find this book?
Maybe its me, but where did the concept of six degrees of separation come in? That being said, I enjoyed the pacing and language of this play, and the characters were strong and... Read morePublished on June 25, 2010 by Vance
After reading a book about the Oscars, I decided to seek out books that were made into films, and I came across Guare's now-famous play that was produced on Broadway in the 1990s... Read morePublished on June 20, 2010 by Barbara L. Lemaster
John Guare's "Six Degrees of Separation" is about the foibles of a New York City couple named Flanders and Louisa Kittredge, who go by the nicknames Flan and Ouisa. Read morePublished on October 14, 2006 by Gregory Baird