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In adapting the book into a play, Mr. Auburn has used Sebastian's words almost verbatim, he said, piecing the entries together to create a dramatic arc. "As with anybody's life, things happen and expectations build up, then dissipate," Mr. Auburn said. "Having some of those things I thought would be true to the life experience, but you can't afford too many of those in a play."

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