Epilogue: The Art of the Deill
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In the spirit of this anthology’s focus on the productive intersections of theater with culture, politics, and leadership, we conclude our volume with a short original “dramatic epilogue” that indirectly and satirically addresses some of the questions raised previously. In Hell, Satan enlists Niccolò Machiavelli to design a leader capable of causing maximum damage to human institutions. Machiavelli is instructed to base his specifications on the plays of Shakespeare. The resulting paragon of destruction combines character traits from Richard III and Henry V

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