Ape and Essence - Section 2: The Script, pages 25-50 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2: The Script, pages 25-50 Summary

The title, credits and finally the name of the producer appear across the screen, accompanied by music. The music changes in the hour before sunrise. The night lingers as the light mounts toward the zenith, and the morning star is visible in the east. The narrator states that though the beauty and peace on the screen must look like an illustration to a poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, the audience must be reminded to understand what is what because "out of the sublime in Nature, Art all too often manufactures only the ludicrous" (pg. 25-26.) The scene fades to a palace filled with an audience of well-dressed baboons of all ages. Proud man, dressed in brief authority, makes the angels weep with his fantastic tricks, like an angry ape, according to the narrator. A bosomy...

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