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Jerry on the other hand needs no approval of anything from anyone. He will go to lengths to try and poison a dog; he will confront a man pointing out his apparent flaws, and even take his own life. He is nothing but sure of himself and his meaning in life. Christian symbolism is presented during a final climax of the two’s conversation, during the death...
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Once stabbed, Jerry speaks the words: “Oh…My…God” said by Albee to be exactly: “scornful mimicry and supplication”. This definitely possesses religious meaning. To supplicate is simply put as plead for salvation or in this case salvation through sacrifice. Jerry sees sacrifice as a way of finalizing what has become of himself...
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