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Unformatted text preview: • Tosca has a pretty miserable life, so she drinks a lot • she reads tabloids and watches tv, though not sports programs since her husband died • However, she watches and gets excited about the soccer match between Italy and brazil • She gets very involved in the World Cup, following each game and listening to the discussions • Tosca struggles with her alcoholism • She is very alone with her three cats and rarely goes out, tending to her plants • Her plants or her cats are not enough to give her reason to live, and she dies in a final drunken stupor • The only way tosca could express love was to her cats, and through the memories of her husband • Tosca acts maternally toward her cats, as they are the only thing she has...
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course ITA 319 taught by Professor Pietrofrassica during the Spring '08 term at Princeton.
- Spring '08