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Babak Fakhamzadeh
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Jack Crockett The two characters represented merging comparatively different world views producing the same result. Together they produced the penultimate happiness before the end; harmony through mutual understanding.

Gen brought everyone together by speaking their languages. Roxanne brought everyone together through music which transcended language.
NicoleW I thought it had to do with shared suffering and was also a nod to the opera theme in the structure of operas in that it is the encore.
Lucy Perhaps because Gen is a piece of Mr. Hosokawa. That came out sounding a bit crude but I hope you know what I mean.
Divine-Asia I was wondering the same thing. It makes sense as Babak explains it but then it doesn't make sense at the same time.
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