normal - English 102 Drama Midterm Paper April 19, 2008...

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English 102 Drama Midterm Paper May 13, 2009 Martin Dysart says the normal is the good smile on a child’s face and the dead stare in a million adults. Different people will take this statement different ways. Being normal varies on who you ask, and reading the play Equus may alter your views. I believe that there is nothing normal about this play. People do not normally think that horses are God. Alan is not your typical teenage guy. He was more concerned about the horses seeing him than trying to be with Jill. He did not find the movie overly exciting nor did he want to continue pursuing his relationship with Jill. He told Dysart that he could not do anything with her because he did not see Jill, he seen Him . He believed that Equus could hear him and that he began to mock Alan. Alan said that Equus could see and hear him all the time, everywhere that he was. Alan proceeded to stab out the eyes of the six horses that heard him. Believing horses are God and that they can see you everywhere is the
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This essay was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course ENGLISH 102 taught by Professor Ivry during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Whitewater.

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