Edward Albee's curmudgeonly decision to affix an addendum, written in 2004, to his career-making one-act play, The Zoo Story, written in 1959, shouldn't be surprising. Far from solving mysteries probed for over five decades by learned scholars and acting-class students alike, though, his revision only further muddies the expository waters.
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