“The Unhappiest One”
by Andrea Elizabeth
I suppose, is to lighten the mood. Margarete at the end of “Silouettes” is so poignant in her sweet sorrow. At least she has recollection, if not Elvira’s hope. The unhappiest one talks himself out of everything. He is not engaged in the present, the future, or the past. But neither is he apathetic. He keeps missing the boat.
Next in Either/Or, “A Comedy in One Act”. Yay. Goodbye, tragedy.