Byline: Bernard W. Bell; 2002-12-01; William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal; pages pp. 151-207
"The essence of theater is deception. Actors assume various roles to inform or entertain the audience. Frequently, theater takes deception to a second level, in which characters assume false identities or feign loyalty for various purposes. Sometimes such artifices are employed to uncover truths that others seek to keep secret."
Description:Bernard W. Bell examines the world of undercover activity.
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