Point of Attack in Recent Plays
'I, thus, began . . . with details of my own life in Wakefield, Massachusetts. Let me pause for a moment to state, simply and clearly, that nobody's life -- certainly not mine -- is ipso-facto, word for word, stageworthy. In the end, we must improve almost everything we live, before opening the curtain. What we call Realism has very little to do with what we call Reality.'
-- Israel Horovitz
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