When Zastrozzi addresses the audience in his opening monologue, and subsequently, how does he appear in Zastrozzi: The Master of Dicipline, by George F. Walker?
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If performed correctly, Zastrozzi appears to be a character who is dark, unrelenting, single-visioned, and dedicated to pursuit for the purpose of holding others accountable for their own dark sides, even if the darkness is turned away from and repented of.
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