- The Georgian Drama
What the previously written three plays have in common is something that rather devides, splits up the heroes and antiheroes of those plays than something that unites them, because, as it appears, in reality (if the reality corresponds the picture drawn in those plays) politics interfere into people's lives to the extent where it creates certain moral chaos instead of order around them (or inside them). Especially in the environment where moral has become an object of manipulation.
Here everything is turned upside down as the values are defined according to the ethics that dominate in the “here and now”. So everything that corresponds to this social ethics is forever doomed for transformation and interpretation, while the original claim to "free morals from moralism" stays unheard…