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I have been working on a scene from The Dining Room by A R Gurney This play is a compilation of different scenes that make up one play None of the scenes have anything do with one another but they are all linked together in the one aspect that they all have to do with a dining room The scenes are all totally different involving different people and different situations but the play is supposed to show how important the dining room is and how much goes on in the dining room Jim is an old man he is retired and lives with his long time wife Jim snores so his wife had to kick him out of their room and he sleeps in his daughters old room I imagine Jim to be fairly wealthy Due to the fact that he has had live-in maids before Jim seems like your typical old man He wants to be supportive of his daughter who is going through some very hard times and wants to come home But at the same time he has passed his prime and can not have little kids running around all the time making noise Jim tries to convince his daughter to go back to her husband and fight to get him back In the end when she says that she can go back her father says neither can he Jim leads a pretty laid back life he has a drink at about the same time every day Jim wants to turn away his daughter from living with them because he thinks that he is to old to deal with three small children running around the house for a few months He says to her that he is fine with them staying for a week or 10 days but he tries hard to convince her not to stay because he is past his prime and he can not handle three small children anymore
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