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Mrs. Warren's Profession Creative Writing (1st Draft) 10 years later in London, Vivie is married to a businessman, who shares the same interests as she. Vivie is now herself a mother of two children, but doest give up her job as an accountant at Honoria Fraser, so she does her work at home and is at the same time a housewife. This is a challenge for Vivie, but she manages perfectly well. One night in the children's bedroom... Children: Mommy, Mommy, tell us a good-night story! Vivie: Once upon a time, there was a little girl, who lived separated from her mother. She was brought up by foster-parents because her own mother didn't have time for her, so she never had a close relationship with her real mother. ...read more.


But how can her mother expect that from her after 21 years of separation? She couldn't pretend as if nothing had happened and be a happy family with her mother. She simply couldn't put up with it! Her mother couldn't do that to her, could she? So the girl confronted her mother and her mother answered that she must have some excitement in her life or otherwise she would go melancholy mad and that was one of the reasons why she couldn't care for the girl. At this point the girl realized that she was just like her mother, they both liked to work and they both had to make money... Children: [sleeping] tzzzzzz! ...read more.


Please forgive me! And now I can assure you that I am finished with it! I have nothing to do with it anymore. Vivie: Mother, call it by its name, ok?! Mrs. Warren: Dearest, you know that I can't call it by its name. That is not appropriate in our society to speak out such things. As you said 10 years ago, I am a conventional woman at heart. We both know what I did, so I don't need to say it... [Vivie interrupts her mother] Vivie: Mother, I think you haven't gotten the point yet! [sarcastically] Take another ten years to think about it! [is about to close the door] Mrs. Warren: As you leave me no choice, I was a PROSTITUTE and it was wrong. Vivie: [surprised] Ahh, there you go. Come on in, mother and we can talk about it. The End English A2 HL1 Mrs. Haug Lie-Tin Wu 15/09/2003 ...read more.

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