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Leaving these aside, we can specify several reasons why the work authorizes multiple interpretations. First, none of the Wooster Group’s pieces rests upon a clear-cut narrative spine. D. could not be more unlike a play (such as The Crucible) that uses a highly delineated plotline and clearly drawn, idiosyncratic characters, whose development carries the emotional weight of the piece. D. , the drug) that refuses linear developments—a collage in which several forms, drawn from different traditions, collide with each other.
He would try, however, to make the last performance, a Sunday matinee. That morning LeCompte received another call from Miller in which he said he was unable to attend the show but would send a representative to take a look at it. “Later on we’ll talk,” he told her. When LeCompte had not heard from him or his representative by Thursday of the following week, she called him and asked him if his representative had seen the performance. Miller replied that he wasn’t sure if she had made it or not.
1990. 39 40 James A. Robinson about the usurpation of authority, a disquietude produced partially by his own relationship with his father, but mostly by the conflict among Jewish, modernist and liberal elements within his own vision. The Jewish traditionalist yearns for the unimpeded passage of authority from generation to generation, seeing it as sanction for other human connections. The modernist suspects discontinuity and fragmentation are the ultimate reality, while the liberal strives to assert the value of brotherhood in the face of this chaos.