By Laura Kasischke
Final yr Godwin Honors corridor was once draped in black. The college used to be mourning
the lack of one in all its personal: Nicole Werner, a blond, appealing, straight-A sorority
sister tragically killed in a vehicle coincidence that left her boyfriend, who was once driving,
remarkably—some say suspiciously—unscathed.
Although a 12 months has handed, as wintry weather starts and the nights darken, obsession with
Nicole and her loss of life reignites: She was once so beautiful. So sweet-tempered. So blameless. Too
young to die.
Unless she didn't.
Because rumor has it that she's again.
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Produce the devil; let your Strotzo come. With what? These, these Must, will, can only quit my heart of guilt. 35), represent only the most violent of the play's assaults upon speech as a viable medium. Set in a Gothic atmosphere of thunder and lightning, bleak seascapes, caves, sepulchral hermitages, and dismal groves, where cadavers are hung up in chains until their flesh rots off, the play mounts a crescendo of dissimulations and killings that ends only in the final moments when the violence recoils upon Hoffman and his treacherous accomplice Lorrique.
You'd be lost for words. You'd be tonguetied. Like a mute in a monologue. Like a nightingale at a Roman feast. Your diction will go to pieces. Your lines will be cut. To dumbshows. And dramatic pauses. That Stoppard should have employed the grim joke of the extirpated tongue, at the same time invoking the image of "a Roman feast," is richly suggestive of Hamlet's less celebrated predecessor on the boards. 338–342). 125–128). 73]), and even after his return from the sea journey when much of the inner tension seems to have been resolved, we are aware of painful silences.