By Claude Schumacher
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In haste he informed all his friends , customers and waiters. When Jarry strolled in, green, green, green, green like a green exotic parrot - no one batted an eyelid. They went on talking, drinking and reading. ' 'No, nothing at all. ' It took Jarry hours to get rid of the green. It stuck behind his ears for days. (Arnaud, pp. 430-1) Another anecdote reveals that he was deeply concerned about his friends, and that his cynicism was only a front. He 31 Alfred Jarry and Guillaume Apollinaire once sent Rachilde looking for her husband, who according to Jarry, had disappeared from the spot where he had been fishing only minutes before.
What matters is that she succeeds. As Serge Behar rightly points out, Jarry - before the advent of cinema - uses advanced montage techniques: Rapid linking of events, cutting backwards and forwards. In the first case, a chronological foreshortening allows a juxtaposition of cause and effect, as in Act I, scenes v and vi. In LV Ubu, summoned to the King, declares, 'l'm off to see hirn', and without transition Lvi shows hirn at the feet of his lord.! Traditional theatre could not encompass such a cut, which is by no me ans unique and merits more attention.
It has been said that Ubu incarnates ambition for power, but this idea is misleading as it suggests that there could be some positive value attached to his actions and that, as in the case of Macbeth, somewhere along the line something went wrong. Nothing could be further from the truth. Ubu never tries to throw any kind of veil over his evil deeds. He never foresees the consequences of his actions, nor does he care or reflect after the event. Whether a king as in Ubu roi, a 'pataphysician as in Ubu cocu or a slave as in Ubu enchaine, his individual characteristics remain unaltered.
Alfred Jarry and Guillaume Apollinaire by Claude Schumacher