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Winterset. Paperback – January, 1998
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Winterset is a class American drama told in poetic verse form. It is also historical, in that it follows the Sacco-Vanzetti case. The story revolves around the two Italian men with radical beliefs who are executed for a murder/robbery they were innocent of, and of the son’s determination to prove that innocence. In Scene III, there is a remarkable piece of wisdom, and foreshadowing doom.
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As the story unfolds in Winterset, one learns that after the execution of Bartolomeo Romagna, who is modelled after Bartolomeo Vanzetti, a professor writes an article about a possible witness for the defence who was never called to testify at the trial. As a result of this, three men come to New York looking for the key witness, Garth. They all come to New York on a quest: either to expose the truth or to suppress it. The whole plot of the play centers on a detective-like quest and the process of discovering the truth of a murder in which the investigators are drawn to the solving of a mysterious crime and the discovery of the true murderer.