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Alix Locke-Wells P.  ¾ 5/18/17 2. Much of theater is about relating to the characters we see on stage in some capacity. Choose at least two  specific characters from “The Skin of Our Teeth” and write your three-paragraph essay (structure explained below) on how you “see yourself” in these characters through their words and actions. I can see myself in a lot of characters in Skin, all the characters are so complex have different oddities that can be related back to real world people. Personally I relate a lot to Mrs. Antrobus and Gladys Antrobus. These are two strong leading characters throughout the performance that command attention and help lead their family through the challenges of the world. Gladys and Maggie are really the only two sane people at the end of the play after the war has ended. I relate to Mrs. Antrobus because she is depicted as a feminist icon. I consider
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