Mr. Marmalade

Mr. Marmalade

Noah Haidle / Sep 23, 2019

Mr Marmalade Lucy is a four year old girl with a very active imagination Unfortunately her imaginary friend Mr Marmalade doesn t have much time for her Not to mention he beats up his personal assistant has a coc

  • Title: Mr. Marmalade
  • Author: Noah Haidle
  • ISBN: 9780822221425
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lucy is a four year old girl with a very active imagination Unfortunately, her imaginary friend Mr Marmalade doesn t have much time for her Not to mention he beats up his personal assistant, has a cocaine addic tion, and a penchant for pornography and very long dildos Larry, her only real friend, is the youngest suicide attempt in the history of New Jersey MR MARMALALucy is a four year old girl with a very active imagination Unfortunately, her imaginary friend Mr Marmalade doesn t have much time for her Not to mention he beats up his personal assistant, has a cocaine addic tion, and a penchant for pornography and very long dildos Larry, her only real friend, is the youngest suicide attempt in the history of New Jersey MR MARMALADE is a savage black comedy about what it takes to grow up in these difficult times.

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    143 Comments


    1. 7M, 3W (Smaller with doubling)A lovely, funny, weird play. Lucy's a lonely little 4 year old girl who "Has a vivid imagination." Her mother is neglectful (a cliche stays-out-late-and-sleeps-with-strange-men mother), and her babysitter's more interested in sleeping with her boyfriend than in paying attention to Lucy (whose loneliness is very vividly painted). Lucy's main made-up friend is Mr. Marmalade, who's in a romantic relationship with his assistant, Bradley (the most interesting relationshi [...]


    2. Very funny, with great set ups and a good imagination. The play sort of hobbles at the end with where it's going, and it feels like there is one or two too many characters, but the set ups for jokes are great, as well as the pay off, even if it is a similar style of joke being set up over and over again. Very fun read.


    3. Wow. This made me incredibly uncomfortable. It was really well done and I like it a lot, but still To think what this poor little girl had to have witnessed in order to imagine these things. To think what she's been through To think this must be part of her daily life. Wow.


    4. I read this at the bookshop behind the counter on a rainy saturday morning. Later, I bought it for £1.99, and now it sits by my bedside table with nobody understanding it.


    5. I'm not a fan of adults playing children. I just find it irritating. I also felt the story fell flat and cliché at times, but I'd still like to see a well done production of the piece.


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