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The word ‘dream’ likewise provides a kind of pivot round which the lives of his characters revolve. Such dreams represent simultaneously the possibilities which sustain them and the unattainable that mocks them. They exist in a no man’s land, terriﬁed alike of past and future, yet unable to seize the moment to inhabit a present whose commitments would pull them into time. In the late plays his characters seek oblivion through alcohol, through memory or through narrative, repeating the story of their lives as though thereby to create those lives.
It takes place, he insists, ‘in a life not in a theatre’ while the fact that ‘it is a play which can be produced with actors is secondary and incidental to me and even, quite unimportant – and so it would be a loss to me to sacriﬁce anything of the complete life for the sake of stage and audience’. Urged by Macgowan to make cuts he explained why he could not do so: what I’ve tried to write is a play where at the end you feel you know the souls of the seventeen men and women who appear – and women who don’t appear – as well as if you’d read a play about each of them.
Erie Smith is described as ‘a teller of tales’, an honourable profession you might think, not least because it happens to be O’Neill’s as well. Yet Hemingway’s remark that ‘all true stories, if continued long enough, end in death’, is not without its relevance. For narrative logic carries its own death threat. The distance between a narrated past and a narrative present – the present in which the story is told – is a measure of time, the very time against which the narrative is oﬀered as talisman.
The Merry Wives of Windsor (The Complete Shakespeare Translated by Liang Shiqiu, Book 3) (Bilingual Edition) by William Shakespeare, Liang Shiqiu