In writng about its current incarnation on Broadway, Liz Smith writes: "His [Rafe Spall's character] final spilling of his early romantic nature brings down the curtain on an explosive note and his speech should be committed, by all great lovers, to memory." What does she mean by this? What is the character's "early romantic nature?" And what's in the speech?
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