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Unformatted text preview: “ah, loyal to your sex, I see”. These quotes imply that conflict between genders is obvious due to the offensive statements and answers each both male and female provided. Gender rules and stereotypes? It is a man’s world, everything they say goes, and women must follow their orders. Woman’s opinion is not important. Relationship? Solidarity? How does the play make these arguments? Setting Kitchen, house of John Wright Dialogue Side conversations, women silence during men’s presence Men conversing with the sheriff Gestures/nonverbal communication Glances, nervous, concealing information Imagery ( description, symbolism, metaphors, similes A birdcage ruined, women are liken to birds. “men’s hands aren’t as clean as they might be”, the word might in this quote seems as if the men cover each other and wash their crime away easily than a woman would....
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- Spring '07
- English, Wrights cleaning habits, County Attorney criticizes, Gestures/nonverbal communication Glances, John Wright Dialogue