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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - Twilight, Long Day's Journey into Night Summary

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Twilight, Long Day's Journey into Night Summary

Peter Sellars, the director of the Los Angeles Festival, says the United States is like his father who is too cheap to replace burnt-out light bulbs. Things are burned out here and there in the U.S. Why can't we replace them? His father worked his whole life to support his family, but he will not replace the burnt-out bulbs. All he cares about is success. His father is just like America now. America has a good economy, but there is no family. We cannot live in our own house, Sellars says. Our own house is burning. This is the city we live in; it is like one house. If somebody starts a fire in the basement, the people on the top floor are going to be hurt. Sellars says he has a strong sense of being...

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