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Innocent Are Innocent, The
Two youths, Desert Fox and Fatalist, don't work on principle, sleep late and feed themselves by visiting their girl friends unexpectedly. The only questions they have to sort out each day are what to wear, what to eat and how to pass the time. They do this by practical jokes, erudite debates and vain dreams about escaping somewhere, for which they don't have the strength or, when it comes to it, the desire. Their basic emotion is boredom. They stave this off by cruelty to women and animals (Desert Fox burnt a cat alive). Cruelty is not only an amusement, it becomes the only "real" activity. After the "wild ride" of the ?rst half of the text comes the contrasting second part, which takes place three years later. It is more meditative. Desert Fox reflects on his previous life. The two heroes, no longer merry, but abandoned and empty, incapable of change, end their decadent game with a burstt of purgative but self-destructive laughter.
Original Playwright - Tomas Rychetsky. translated by Vladimira Zakova And Darian Arky
A Studio Rubin, Prague 27 Jun 1995
A Studio Rubin
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