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Ques- The Bishop (to the mirror): The majesty, the dignity, the light. . . . . . . . . . . . . The fact that the Bishop precedes me. Do I make myself clear . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . .. . . . . . . . You tramp . . .
Comment on the Bishop’s speech in the context of this speech being uttered/made as apart of role played in Irma’s brothel.
Ans- The character of Bishop represent the heads of church, in substance with a penchant for dressing up in sumptuous costumes to play out their preferred roles. Bishop have required the real powers that these figure represent but only because the former Bishop have been routed by revolution. Genet comments on the institution of the church through the role-acting of the Bishop. The visitors in the brothel’s studio dose not remain an individual but represent the Bishop who has religious power which is perhaps the oldest established power. The visitor is an ordinary man but wants to live his fantasy of power and sex. The visitors enacting the Bishop does not want to be real Bishop. We are here referring client as a visitor because Irma demand respect for the visitors. “I’ve told you Carmen, I don’t like that and I demand respect for the visitors. VI-SI-TORS! I don’t allow myself- my own self – even to refer them as client”(page-25) Visitors chief concern is with the image of Bishop and he wishes to enact that role in solitudes, for appearance indicates that people are watching a fantasy. “And I wish to be Bishop in Solitude, For appearance alone-“(page-9)
The notion of the church is direct result of the existence of the sinner. The Bishop, therefore is not searching for truth or values, but trying to locate the…...

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