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Extra info for The Secret Cause: A Discussion of Tragedy
She is trying to work through that labyrinth now; she has entered the abyss of her shame which is wound up with the darkness of rapture. Although she sees herself as lost in the labyrinth with Hippolytus, only she is lost and always wasfor Phaedra was always trapped in the dark labyrinth where her own monster-passion forever dwells. Only her death will destroy her Minotaur, and the pressure of this speech, so perceptive in its psychology, so rich in its symbolism, so nervous in its cadence, allows us to grasp how bent Phaedra is on destruction.
Why did the gods do this? What is there in us that causes us to do such horrible things? Why are we born trapped? These are the kinds of questions never recognized by the young Antigone and never acknowledged by the shouting Anouilh. Although Antigone declares that she is of the "tribe that asks questions,'' she reveals herself as of the tribe that makes statements. In Antigone the declarative mood erases the question mark. Rejecting a life of "happiness," coldly casting aside Ismene who wants to die with her, courageously defiant as she calls Creon a "cook"alluding to his own statement that in the wings of this drama we find the "kitchen of politics"Antigone leaves the stage in an aura of relief because finally she is going to die.
The spring is wound up tight. It will uncoil of itself. That is what is so convenient in tragedy. The least little turn of the wrist will do the job. Anything will set it going: a glance at a girl who happens to be lifting her arms to her hair as you go by; a feeling when you wake up on a fine morning that you'd like a little respect paid to you today, as if it were as easy to order as a second cup of coffee; one question too many, idly thrown out over a friendly drinkand the tragedy is on. (p.
The Secret Cause: A Discussion of Tragedy by Normand Berlin