Sometimes a situation in a play can be repeated in another play can be repeated in another play but receive a different reaction and/or outcome. In the short plays "Your Handsome Captain" and "The Vise" the two lead characters experience pretty much the same situation, but get different outcomes at the end.
In "Your Handsome Captain" Wilnor is in Guadeloupe and his wife is in Haiti. Wilnor is there because he is trying to
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revealed to be much more reasonable than Andrea. His forgiving by nature gives him higher morals than that of the twisted Andrea.
In the end they reacted differently to the same situation because they were different, as simple as that may seem. Both of these men were lonely, distant from their wives in one way or another. They were thrown into a situation where each handled it completely different. Simply because they were different people.