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For this exam we have been given the text "Too Much Punch for Judy" a play in which two middle aged sisters chose to get into a car to drive when they are both way over the legal limit of alcohol
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Too Much Punch for Judy.
For this exam we have been given the text "Too Much Punch for Judy" a play in which two middle aged sisters chose to get into a car to drive when they are both way over the legal limit of alcohol. As the play progresses Judy and Joanna get into Joanna's car, but Judy decides to drive them home. A minute from their home in Epping the car crashes into a small bridge and Joanna is killed instantly, but horribly, Judy survives. The play is based around Judy's thoughts, feeling, emotions and the memory of that dreadful night.
In hour three, our class was instructed to read section 4 of, too much punch for Judy. This section is called 'The Aftermath' and is about exactly that. In the beginning of the section Duncan, the kind-hearted resident, recalls his memories of that evening. He explains what he heard and saw when the accident took place. As we read through this section we were shown slides of the car after the accident, how mangled and ripped apart it was. The images were pretty shocking to say the least; I'm not sure how anyone
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