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Let's discuss Waiter Rant by Steve Dublanica

This book is an engaging and funny look at dining services from the server's point of view. Waiter Rant is a true-life account of a waiter's life, complete with outrageous tales of human arrogance, kindness, and stupidity. Learn the secrets of getting good food service and how to tip properly from The Waiter on the other side of the table.
In our discussion we will compare this contemporary tale with the 200-year-old play She Stoops to Conquer playing at the Deep Dish Theater ( from Oct. 26 through Nov. 17, 2012. This play by Oliver Goldsmith is a comic romp involving mistaken identities, social sabotage and happy endings. Convinced that his hosts are lower class buffoons and the love of his life is a chamber maid, a young gentleman nearly ends up as one of the have-nots in this much-loved classic. Where are the similarities and how do the differences reveal truths about our current age?

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