Unrequited Love

Rated 2.00/5 based on 4 reviews
In this monologue the author laments the vagaries of young love.
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Tags: humor farce
About T. J. Robertson

Although I’ve made my living as a teacher and guidance counselor, I’ve always had a passion for writing. Thomas Bouregy and Company published my novel, Return to Paradise Cove, under their Avalon imprint. Two of my one-act plays, A Different Kind of Death, and The Flirt, have been produced, respectively, in New Haven, Connecticut, and Sacramento, California. Short stories of mine have appeared in commercial magazines such as Action and True Romance as well as in certain literary and professional ones.

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Review by: Roberta Beach Jacobson on Feb. 24, 2012 :
Unusual. Rather kooky. Better than average read, but in an odd sort of way.
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Review by: Grantbo on Feb. 8, 2012 :
It seemed like it would be a good start into something much larger, but didn't get there. Anywhere.
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Review by: Xavier Synn on Feb. 6, 2012 :
I read this one based on the other review, curious if it was as bad as they made it out to be.

I really didn't see it. Not to diminish the other reviewer's opinion, but all art is subjective and I guess I interpreted it differently.

No it's not a masterpiece by any means, but it is somewhat of an amusing anecdote. A playful, satirical jab at love in general. Perhaps I found it more amusing because I'm a huge fan of that song "Love Stinks" and in some ways was reminded of it.
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Review by: David Maurer on Feb. 5, 2012 :
I appreciate the effort that any author puts into their creations ,and I do not wish to discourage, but this is just not worthy of publication. It is filled with cliched expressions and the device of every name leading to another name is tiresome. There is no insight into the theme of unrequited love whatsoever. Don't waste your time.
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