of the Bad Place?
In the deep, interior regions.
If all their talk sounds a bit like a strange religion which employees are required not only to share but to reiterate as a creed of sorts, well….I am sure Wellman, given the concerns of many of his plays, would welcome the analogy. What began as a sort of collegial nonsense of shared social organizations akin to the Masons, the Odd-Fellows, or the Shriners has now become a required value system of dark magical beliefs unable to be questioned. The somewhat bizarre dances of foreign and forbidden phrases has hardened into required systems of fabrications which if questioned immediately define one as an “unusualist.”
pegged as an unabhorrent. Albeit an unusual one.