ThanksWhat we're experiencing is not merely the drama of today, but a more-faster-now revolution.
I think "the drama of today" is the figurative expression of "today's life".
We are experiencing not our today's life, but revolution which requires more faster than now.
Which requires faster and faster, continuously becoming faster.
One second I was sitting there, ready for the challenge du jour.Let me try to put it another way: I realize that speed is one of the most important qualities of our time. What we are experiencing is not just another unimportant drama. Rather, it is a true revolution. We want more, we want it faster, and we want it now.
"Drama du jour" = the latest drama. Or: the latest controversy.
I see. This is the more detailed context:Hi Sun14
I suppose you could use it there, but I would expect a bit more in the sentence too.
"I was waiting for ....when my boss offered me a .... "
Do you see?
I see, is it like a routine challenge for the author?Not so much challenge as a big turning point where the character starts to rebel against his daily life and think about what else he can do.
I could have dealt with your question better if you had included your context in your first post.