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Dear Musicals.Net Posters,

What exactly ARE the various aspects of love, besides the emotional, the physical, the psychological, the social, and the moral aspects?

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Sat Nov 06, 2004 2:46 am
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I think the Aspects of Love title meant the different relationships that occur in the play.
Look at this:
Alex and Rose fall in love.
George and Guelietta fall in love.
Alex's uncle George and Rose fall in love.
Rose and George's daughter Jenny falls in love with Alex.
Alex falls in love with Jenny.
Rose falls in love with Geulietta.
Alex and Geulietta fall in love.
It is so complex with the tight family relationships.
That's what I think it means.

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Thu Nov 17, 2005 2:47 pm
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Basically Rose hops into bed with everyone.

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Sun Dec 11, 2005 7:51 pm
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George's lyric sums up the show's current for me

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I agree with Singer and would like to add a few more aspects of love.

George's love for Jenny, which eventually causes his death.
Alex's love for George, ad the guilt that causes.
Marcel's (paternal?) love for Rose.
Rose and Hugo - what exactly is going on there? she's "not in love with him, he's a friend, he makes her laugh"
and there's Rose and Alex's ever-changing relationship.

and there's ALW's love of beginning a musical with a 'look how everything ends up' scene, before telling the story.

Fri Feb 12, 2010 3:06 am
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