Angels in America - Surname1 Name Professor Course Date Angels in America and its Correlation to Purgatory In scene 4 of the first act the issue of

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Surname1NameProfessorCourse DateAngels in America and its Correlation to PurgatoryIn scene 4 of the first act, the issue of Kaposi’s sarcoma, the name for AIDS in the 80’s, isintroduced with Prior being the first victim. The symptom that makes him so sure is the appearance of a broken wound on his hand. Louis, his lover, denies the fact about his partner’s illness. He even makes fun about the disease making Prior angry. Louis finally leaves his friend for his grandmother’s burial. He attends her burial even though he had totally forgotten her and presumed her dead over her last few years on earth. So bad is the treatment accorded to his grandmother that even the Rabbi attests that she would not dare come back to this life with the type of life that she had. In scene 5, Louis reports that history is in a constant progression headedor something better. He attributes the positive locomotion of the state of the American nation to

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