The Lieutenant of Inishmore, by Martin McDonagh
"Four dead fellas, two dead cats, my hairstyle ruined!", sighs Davey. "So all this terror has been for absolutely nothing?", asks Davey, to whom Padraic's dad replies, "It has!" This is the quotation that I, personally, found the most interesting in the whole play.
The escalating carnage, which we have been exposed throughout the play, represents the author's miniature vision of a country floored [knocked down] by self-extinction: with this, he has tried to depict, although a bit too surrealistically, the violent extremism that the people of Northern Ireland have to face, live with, and…
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