OBI - Themes Absurdity- The quality or state of being...

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Themes Absurdity- The quality or state of being ridiculous or widely unreasonable. Conformity- Behavior in accordance with socially accepted conventions or standards. Compliance with standards, rules, or laws. Stereotypes- A widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. A person or thing that conforms to such an image. SCENE I—View of an extensive plantation in Jamaica. A private gate, 3 E.R.H. A large house, L.H. The centre representing Slaves and Oxen, in figures, tilling the ground, At the back are sugar houses, and a practicable wheel, representing a mill at work, R.H. in perspective. QUASHEE'S WIFE discovered, R.H. and SAM'S WIFE, L.H. DUETT. The white man comes, and brings his gold— The slaver meet him on the Bay— And, oh, poor negro then be sold, From home poor negro sails away. Oh, it be very, very sad to see Poor negro child and father part— But if white man kind massa be, He heal the wound in negro's heart. Enter QUASHEE, SAM, and other Male and Female Slaves
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