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Identifikators:566329
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Publicēts: 01.12.2016.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: Nav
Atsauces: Nav
Laikposms: 2010.g. - 2011.g.
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How can men play a thing that is only done once? Where are the words for it?’ (p.63) which means that adam and eve, in his opinion, have not existed and the words were invented by somebody, therefore he was unable to understand how can they play something that has happened in reality, because he and probably most of them, didn’t feel like some script writers, but only actors. While for others it was difficult to accept it as something new, for Nicholas it seemed impious and he was afraid of it.
Thus it can be said that at this point they came to clash of ideas, from one side it was Martin the progress, from another there was Nicholas the past and from third there was the mass that had to be moved. The agreement on a new play was possibly a detachment from the past and entering into the new future, with the change in understanding what the theatre was, by introducing a new kind of plays in order to comply with the requirements of the spectators, and meanwhile showing the change in understanding of what the life was, that people were allowed to think, to make conclusions and decide what is truly good for them, instead of blindly living in the darkness.

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