Inherit the Wind Group Discussion Questions and Essay Assignment: 1.At the end of the play, why does Hornbeck say that Drummond is more religious than Brady? 2.Which Characters in this play represent fundamentalism?Which individualism? 3.Why do Lawrence and Lee imply in their note preceding the play that the themes of this play are timeless and universal?What relevance do they have today? 4.Tell me about Brady’s relationship to his wife.How do they treat each other?What does this tell us about Brady? 5.The authors talk, in the stage directions, about how the town is on trial as well as Cates.What is the town on trial for?How is this different than what Cates is on trial for? 6.Look throughout the play at Hornbeck’s lines.How does he speak?Why do you think he speaks this way?
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