Analyze the controversy surrounding Moo, both the play and the character, and explain the various arguments used by both critics and defenders of the play, Moo, by Sally Clark.
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One of the conflicts about the play from a theatrical standpoint relevant to staging is that the structure of the play is unorthodox.
- Some of the 46 scenes are no more than a few lines long.
- The setting covers decades of time and half a globe of locations as the hero runs from the heroine.
- The characterization of Moo is both heroic and victimized.
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