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Maguire, wicked witch of the west is the star-Elphara) Wicked the musical NEW DAY George Muchinson- wealthier, “rich” – - he at one point calls Walter “Prometheus” Prometheus stole fire from the gods, as punishment Zeus chained him to a rock and had an eagle eat his liver every day. George is showing off a little about how educated he is George deliberately chooses the reference (not only to show how educated he is) but also to show Walter how uneducated Walter is Walter is trying to cross a color/class line and will be punished? Walter is stretching beyond where George thinks he should; George is saying you will be taken down this cycle can’t be broken—both Walter and Prometheus are in chains (Prometheus a tragic hero --_in Greek tragedy) Even this small reference to Prometheus (86) shows you how complicated playwrights have to think when they’re working POWERPOINT A Raisin in the Sun What is it? Climatic structure? Well made play? Episodic structure? Circular structure? Serial structure?
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