|Mrs. Dalloway||House Party|
|Takes place within the span of…||a single day||a single day|
|Protagonist motivated by…||throwing a successful house party||throwing a successful house party|
|Protagonist is doubled by…||Clarissa Dalloway by Septimus Smith||Kid by Play|
|Passage of objective time marked by…||the tolling of Big Ben||the scratching of DJ Bilal’s vinyl|
|Institutional incompetence from…||the mental healthcare system||a duo of boneheaded cops|
|There is a fantastical vision of…||birds singing in Greek; dogs changing into men||the roof being literally raised|
|Protagonist finds inspiration in verses by…||William Shakespeare||Hurby “Luv Bug” Azor|
|Patriarchal oppression manifests itself in…||an interior life, unlived||a belt buckle beating|
|Protagonist is envious of their double’s…||successful suicide attempt||freestyle skills|
"...as evidence of a clear bias for British stripes, it could be construed as a betrayal of his campaign pledge to prioritize America."
You seem conflicted.
Tolkien mutters to himself as Mickey Mouse prances across the screen, doing American things he doesn’t understand or approve of. “Voice of the devil,” you hear.