By Tennessee Williams
They're filled with the conception of existence because it is, and the eagerness for all times because it should be, that have made The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire classics of the yankee theater.
Only this type of performs (The Purification) is written in verse, yet in them all the method of personality is in terms of poetic revelation. even if Williams is writing of derelict roomers in a brand new Orleans boarding condo (The woman of Larkspur Lotion) or the stories of a venerable touring salesman (The final of My reliable Gold Watches) or of antisocial little ones (This estate is Condemned), his perception into human nature is that of the poet. He can compress the fundamental which means of life—its pathos or its tragedy, its bravery or the standard of its love—into one small scene or a couple of moments of dialogue.
Mr. Williams's perspectives at the function of the little theater in American tradition are contained in a stimulating essay, "Something wild...," which serves as an advent to this assortment.
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Clasen (2000: 91) views the incorporation of Institutions, Ideas and Learning 41 learning into historical institutionalism as a promising strategy for understanding and explaining institutional change. ). In similar vein, Hemerijck and van Kersbergen (1999), with an emphasis on the interaction between institutions and ideas, argue that policy learning holds the capacity to address the identified stability bias in the new institutionalist literature. ; Rein and Schön 1993: 155). Here, the argument that policy learning constitutes a potentially potent mechanism of institutional change that can contribute to overcoming the stability bias of the path dependence theorem associated with new institutionalism is shared.
Obviously, therefore, the discretion of agency must be seriously considered in the analysis of institutional change. Finally, the argument that more discretion should be attributed to agency raises the question of what guides political action. Earlier, it was shown that historical institutionalists view rather critically the reductionist assumption of interest-driven behaviour of the rational choice approach, which views preference formation as essentially Institutions, Ideas and Learning 35 exogenous and typically devotes very little attention, if any, to norms and cultural aspects.
That is why such ‘orthodox’ conceptions of path dependence necessarily rely on the model of ‘punctuated equilibrium’ and ‘critical junctures’ to account for institutional genesis and change. : 77). In other words, institutions develop along their path-dependent logic until this logic collapses and a new trajectory emerges. For the rise of a new path, the concept of ‘critical junctures’ developed by Collier and Collier (1991) has been highly instructive. : 27), as a distinct new trajectory emerges that prescribes path-dependent development by revealing certain novel policy options.
27 Wagons Full of Cotton and Other Plays (The Theatre of Tennessee Williams, Book 6) by Tennessee Williams