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Online] Studies in Literature and Language
Edward Albee's The Zoo Story is about the interaction between its two main characters Peter and Jerry dramatizing the former's disillusionment in the hands of the latter; Jerry's speech and action aim at shattering Peter's obsession with material things, his easy justification for stability, and his reluctance to understand the alienation at the core of his life. Jerry's success in changing Peter comes at the cost of his life; however, there are interesting techniques deployed by him in orderfatcat:bdfkeievurdq5p7axkudbl3lla