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Invading Spaces: the Warrior Way

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Enter Carmen, onto the stage she enters every night as Desdemona in the successful run of Shakespeare’s Othello. Winston, upon setting his eyes on her for the fist time months ago, immediately fell in love with Carmen. Being a powerful and rich man, the owner of that theater and many others in NY, he set out to woo her knowing that his status would be a great seduction to her charms. Surprised he was when Carmen refused his proposal, but nevertheless did not give up and would fancy the play night after night. Carmen, being the fine actress that she was and familiar with the world of the Superclass, had had too many encounters with rich and powerful men who tried to buy her and her love with fame and money. She had experienced these so called powerful men to know that they use any means to win their prey and boost their ego, regardless of any interest in her as a human being. Although she was attracted to Winston, to his manliness and his charms she needed a man who was interested in her and her heart. Something she never saw from Winston, as every time he approached her, he only flaunted his money and power. Week after week, he didn’t give up, but one day came when he was fed up and quite insulted from Carmen’s lack of involvement. His ego was bruised, so much that he set out to destroy her reputation and career. This was very easy for Winston, being also the owner of the biggest Newspaper publication, he commissioned his writers to publish the most atrocious rumors about her, everything she didn’t stand for, and overnight her reputation and career were destroyed.


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