"I'm sorry", I said, 'I cannot give you anymore presents. I love you all, but I don't want to give you anymore presents.' The words came flying out of my mouth. I didn't know why I was saying them. I'd always wanted my children to be happy. I'd always wanted them to have the best of everything. Then I woke up and thought about the dream, the presents. I thought about Christmas, the streets, the shops. Was that why people brought children into the world - so that they, too, could one day roam through the streets, buying, devouring, always 'the best' - the best food, the best clothes, the best everything - so that they, too, could demand 'the best'?"
Vi söker namnet på en pjäsförfattare och skådespelare vars rollfigur i en av Woody Allens filmer beskrivs som "this oversexed, brilliant kind of animal".