The America Play, and Other Works - Section 2, Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Section 2, Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom, Part 2 Summary

NB All the characters in this section speak in the author's revised language except where noted.

"Third Kingdom"

This short play features five speakers - Shark-Seer, Kin-Seer, Us-Seer, Soul-Seer, and Over-Seer who reveal aspects of their dreams, many of which refer to an other Self different from their own selves (see "Quotes," p. 39), a Self they see but are unable to reach. They also discuss being thrown off their boat , and how they find themselves between two different places (see "Quotes," p. 39 - 2). The play concludes with Over-Seer, speaking in more formal language, telling the others to line up and calling out "Land Ho"!

"Open House"

"A" Slides of the characters with increasingly broad smiles are projected as the characters speak. Aretha urges Blanca and Anglor to smile, but they are too worried...

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