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Theres No Romance in Death A creative script depicting Conrads Kurtz and Turgenevs Bazarov Theres No Romance in Death Scene One Kurtz is sitting at a quaint Parisian caf reading his paper It is a gray and temperate afternoon Behind the terrace vines on the cobblestone street in the background a pretty woman is hit by a bakers van which proceeds to speed off in the other direction Scene Two Kurtz returns to his paper only to find Bazarov seated at his table Kurtz quizzically Halloputs out his hand Dr Kurtz Bazarov ignores the gesture--Eugeny Vassilyitch--Look at that mess on the street Kurtz puts down his paper entirely speaks in an indecipherable accent Well these things happen to pretty women all the time They shouldnt be walking around in such free-spirited clothing Why couldnt she have been wearing stylish and professional looking clothing matter-of-fact tone The driver would have noticed her Bazarov What proof do you have exactly indicating that the woman is able to afford such clothing I saw no sign of wealth in her composure and appear-- Kurtz --Are you implying that I am wearing this magnificent double-breasted silk suit because I can afford it This happens to be a custom-made Italian suit that my uncle bought me last year but that fact does not make me any less affluent If I had no money scoffs I would spend what I had on my appearance because in the end of the day this is what gives you credibility and importance in this dreary world It is the simple principle of appearance that I am talking about Bazarov I dont believe in principles I believe in the innards of frogs the blood currently leaking between the cobblestones the facts I believe in the facts Her socio-demographic status aided in harming her If she had been a prostitute or
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