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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Uday Hussein
"I could not write a naturalistic play about Iraq. I've never been there. I could do all the research. I could write a very gritty war play, but ultimately that doesn't interest me," he says. "Part of why it doesn't interest me is that I would spend half my time fretting over whether I'm getting it right or not. By doing it my way, I'm opening it up. I'm creating my own ghost world."
"I just found that little thread and started pulling," he says.