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Right You Are, If You Think You Are Essay & Criticism

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Critical Overview

Right You Are, If You Think You Are opened on June 18, 1917 at the Teatro Olimpia in Milan. Pirandello had sent the script to director Virgilio Talli describing the play as "a parable, which is truly original, new in both its conception and development, and very daring." Talli wrote back saying that although he loved the dialogue, he thought the play might not hold together on stage, that it seemed more suitable to be "enjoyed in solitude," through reading. However, Talli did stage the play, and it won the attention that Pirandello's previous seven plays had not garnered. His success initiated a productive writing period that saw thirteen more Pirandello plays appear over the next six years. Of the debut of Right You Are, Pirandello reported in a letter to his son that "it was performed very successfully," and that he was received "very warmly." After a tour of...

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