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This article is based on the theatre play by Caryl Churchill. For other use see Number bases.


A number

- not that kind of a number of clones not of numbers

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What is it
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"A Number"
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strange title
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is it?
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for a play not a normal number
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Who wrote the
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Caryl Churchill a dramatist writes about human cloning and all that everyone will tell you it might be quite the
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What?
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strange but not strange peculiar but not peculiar but you certainly understand me not everyone might understand what she says
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yes and what about
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it is considered great by the critics and all
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but
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but does not really tell anything about
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the problem but it does
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then it does not give any solutions
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then why is it so?
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nobody knows

Author

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Caryl Churchill
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normally she writes about
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sexual politics one of her greatest works is Objections to sex although she herself has three sons
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and her age?
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seventy-four
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well
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well
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were there any more
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what?
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incidents if such a kind?
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well not really except for she wrote "Seven Jewish children" when she was arround seventy
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you think that
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I have no idea
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and a husband?
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yes, married and lived happily but she wrote another play called Drunk enough to say I love you
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well?
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still seems to be rather happy

Characters

Cloning matrix

- all the main characters basically but not going to talk about all of them sometimes it seems that they are not very different from others

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A family
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A normal one?
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Not really like a father a mother a child
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but then
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well I am not saying it is particularly strange the father is drunk the mother commits suicide that happens often now, you know
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it does and the child is
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not good enough for the father he does not like him anymore
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and
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and sends him away and gets him cloned
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so others
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yeah others a number of them a father with plenty of sons he does not know what to do
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son's name was something
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Bernard and the father is stupid enough to give the same name to all the clones whom he is aware of
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they get angry at him and they kill themselves
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not all of them
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seriously stop cutting me off if you do that I will
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clone me?
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no stop I didn't finish talking I was
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the hospital to clone me?
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why would I
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scientists love cloning and the whole book is like that cutting off people so nobody can understand
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yes it is

Plot of the book

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Why not a book

- reading it in paperback might be better for you know comprehension why not a book?

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Cloning?
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no
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no
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no
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yes
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what?
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many of them at the same time
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nobody knows what happened there
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but
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the father was drunk and often mean with his son
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he had many
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it was not possible to be mean with all of them he would die of tire
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but what did he finally do with that many
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oh I thought you were talking about
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then for God's sake please now let me finish my sentence
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ok then I won't
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so what happened
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lies
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yes
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tried to deceive everyone but
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what
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failed
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failed this is a word a failed a life
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failed lives
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failed to deceive or failed his life
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those are just the same things
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no
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yes
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so they failed?
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yeah right all of them failed except for one maybe
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who?
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another clone seems to be pretty happy of his life
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and his greatest interest in life is his wife's ears
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well than he probably failed as well

Theatre

A number performed

- Standing behind hiding his identity not showing that he is one of the Bonds

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Who performed it?
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Daniel Craig
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the James Bond one who always wear a suit no matter what
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yes played all of Salter's sons
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did he wear a suit on that play
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well the picture
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oh sorry but
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more James'es Bonds is not always a
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solution
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a good solution more Bonds is not always such
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it is not always good for the humanity
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clones may have different personality you know perceptions of the Universe
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may be not good
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this is why this would not be a good idea about Bonds
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James Bonds
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