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“The Visit” asks several questions. It questions Swiss neutrality during the Second World War. It also puts a question mark on the rise of fascism. The play also points critically to the rise of capitalism in the 1950s. Eventually, it tries to ask questions about the general corruptibility of justice.
The playwright, through the present play, seems to be asking whether it is possible to buy justice. It also asks whether murder and personal revenge can be the part of justice.
The play very thoughtfully explores that role of money in buying justice. The issues like buying false witnesses with the power of money are also examined by the play.
Literature Companion: The Visit
Chapter One: Introduction
Chapter Two: Plot Overview
Chapter Three: Characters
Chapter Four: Complete Summary
Chapter Five: Critical Analysis