"First, we're going to fight for what we believe in.
And second, we're going to maintain the highest ethical standards while doing it." http://atireugram.blogspot.com/2007/07/david-remnick-bill-keller-and-how-about.html
Upon what we are facing in our current affairs,oops, forgive me for the pun, here some thoughts by the prominent playwrights and thinkers.- the poignant frog
Shakespeare: in As You Like It-
"You must leave the Court at once," he said to Rosalind. "Why?" she asked. "Never mind why," answered the Duke, "you are banished. If within ten days you are found within twenty miles of my Court, you die."
Ionesco :in Rinoceros-
Berenger - an average citizen in a nameless French city - is not interested in the fact that rhinoceros are on the loose. This causes him to quarrel with his friend Jean and his attractive secretary Daisy outside a grocer's shop. The argument continues with many local joining in - these include the grocer and his wife, a waitress and a housewife, a cafe owner, an old gentleman, a waitress and a logician. The group try to reason the events that are happening around them. The results are understandably chaotic.In the local government office where Berenger works he witnesses that the staff are gradually turning into rhinoceros.Eventually Berenger finds out that Daisy and he are the only human beings left. To his surprise Daisy then too turns into a rhinoceros. Berenger concludes he will then fight against all the rhinoceros...
Beckett : in Waiting for Godot-
Harold Pinter : in Betrayal
Betrayal is a play written by Harold Pinter in 1978. The play deals with an affair that entangles a married couple.