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Sometimes a situation in a play can be repeated in another play can be repeated in another play but receive a different reaction andor outcome In the short plays Your Handsome Captain and The Vise the two lead characters experience pretty much the same situation but get different outcomes at the end In Your Handsome Captain Wilnor is in Guadeloupe and his wife is in Haiti Wilnor is there because he is trying to make money for his family He sends money periodically with a messenger Marie Ange is at home and very lonely so she sleeps with the messenger she reveals this to her husband on a tape His reaction is unexpected Wilnor forgives his wife claiming that he has had the same urges she has had In the play The Vise the situation and reactions are a bit different In the play Andrea is also betrayed by his wife but he isnt living far from his wife He has just worked too hard in order to provide a life for his family Being constantly alone in her house his wife feels neglected and sleeps with one of Andreas friendsco-workers Unlike in Your Handsome Captain Andrea doesnt forgive his wife Instead he forces her into a suicide A completely different ending as compared to Your Handsome Captain A characters morals are also put into glance in these play Andrea may be at first the stronger of the two lead him and Wilnor not tolerating his wifes adultery But he is in fact the weaker unable to sympathize with her wives loneliness Wilnor on the other hand is perceived as weak at first but is revealed to be much more reasonable than Andrea His forgiving by nature gives him higher morals than that of the twisted Andrea In the end they reacted differently to the same situation because they were different as simple as that may seem Both of these men were lonely distant from
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