|Ely's Question About Philosophy, Ethics, World History and Literature|
I remember reading UBU KING as a student only to conclude that Jarry
must've been this tormented soul whose immature
writing I felt to be overrated and too much has been read into it that
Jarry couldn't have possibly have in mind while writing it.
But than Comrade Iron (more about him in our History part) directed a
scene from UBU for our directing class. For Iron
Jarry was the ultimate rebel who insisted on building up his own dream
world after completely rejecting all existing reality.
Where do you stand on Jarry?