only identifiable legacy. The choice ofnsyphilis was ineluctable for Guare,nsince it not only conjures up Ibsen (tonwhom Guare is paying deliberatenhomage in this series of plays), but itnalso suggests comparison with thenmore recent sexual utopianism of then60's. But what is most useful to usntoday in Guare's grandiose . . .

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