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Wondering about the Duo Interpretation…

Wiki says  ”  Duo Interpretation, or often simply called Duo Interp, or just Duo, is an official speech event of the National Forensic League, the National Catholic Forensics League and the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association. The event involves a pair of performers acting out a short literary piece under certain restraints, including not looking at or touching your partner, and no props. Pieces used often include published short stories, plays, or poems. Participants may cut anything out of their piece, but cannot add any dialogue.”

No, we are not performers , but we try to outperform each other.
Just a couple who like to blog. This blog is all about our interpretations, perspectives and thoughts. Our thoughts are written in various formats and we are definitely adding dialogues..

-Shoba
Who- Daughter,Engineer,Wife,Friend
What – Practical, Logical, nonsensical,Empathetic,Clumsy,Hasty
Why – Life, Philosophy, Hardships,Pleasantries

-Suresh
Who – Son, Engineer, Husband,Friend
What – Logical,Pleasant,Serene, Patient,Practical,Talkative
Why – Born with it.

 

One response to “About

  1. Prachi

    February 15, 2013 at 3:56 am

    Dear Blogger,

    I’m Prachi, the author of ‘Losing It’. I’m a blogger turned author. And I’ve got an opportunity for 10 bloggers to have lunch with Saugata Mukherjee, the publisher of Pan Macmillan India, and 20 bloggers will win copies of my new book, ‘Losing It’

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    Looking forward to your entries. Happy Blogging!

    Warm Regards,
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