Adam, a young, up and coming novelist, meets his youthful idol, the world renowned author, Geoffrey Kendall. They strike up a deep friendship. Adam becomes Geoffrey's alter ego. That same week-end Adam meets the lovely Dorothy Hewitt. He falls in love with her. Complications ensue when Geoffrey advises Adam not to marry, since family life is the reason that Geoffrey never achieved the greatness he aspired to. A literate ironic comedy based loosely on a novella by Henry James.
Published in Comedy Tonite!
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