Entwistles powers as a writer of drama are magnificent, especially if you compare them with a very small house made of zinc. The Other Newspaper hereby unveils one of the characteristic exchanges of words that characterize Entwistle and is loved by the Danes. The scene is a fierce discussion between three people in their early 20s.
Amy: You can screw with Christian, he really does nothing but screw. [Looking angrily at Christian. Then looking angrily at the lamp.] Well. Here is a small note hanging on the lamp. A note that only confirms what I just said. Look! It says that Christian screws with all sorts of people.
Christian: [Screws while the snow falls outside the window.]
Joan: [Screws until the snow stops.]
Such a shrewd and dramatic and enigmatic theatrical something is certainly something that made us prick up our ears. It is truly so good!