stagery

stagery

(ˈsteɪdʒərɪ)
n
theatrical effects or techniques, or the arrangement of a production on stage
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a madman with dirty wild black hair who rag round his midriff & water pot in hand Stopped in midstreet turned round & gazed up at the balconies, windows, shops and city stagery filled with glum activity Shrugged & said Jai Shankar
The poem's closing movement juxtaposes two perspectives: that of the madman who "gazed up at the balconies, windows, shops and city stagery filled with glum activity / Shrugged and said Jai Shankar
The singer, thus, is as much a stand-in for the peregrinating, vision-seeking Ginsberg as the somewhat aloof observer in line 7 who seems to be included by the madman in his denunciation of "the city stagery filled with glum activity.