How conventional we saw to be what we had become used to do on the stage, considering our scenic truth to be real truth. Theorists will say, “This is as it must be,” and they will develop a whole theory and read a thesis on relative truth, on scenic conventionality. They might be right in their own way, in theory, but [not] if they had been in my place. . . . (MLIA)

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