Does the language used in Act II express the sense of metaphysical anguish more explicitly than it did in the first Act?

Does the language used in Act II express the sense of metaphysical anguish more explicitly than it did in the first Act?

Does the language used in Act II express the sense of metaphysical anguish more explicitly than it did in the first Act?

Does the language used in Act II express the sense of metaphysical anguish more explicitly than it did in the first Act?

Does the language used in Act II express the sense of metaphysical anguish more explicitly than it did in the first Act?