Drama Journal 2

Drama Journal 2 - One of the intriguing elements of this...

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One of the intriguing elements of this play is that there is no clear definition of right or wrong outlined in the text. Review the play and state where you see direct evidence of facts. What do we know for certain in the play? How would a judge rule in this case? Which characters do you side with? Did any of the characters behave in a "just" manner? Support your answer. The only evidence that is stated in the play is the observations of the nuns. Sister James believes “it’s just the way the boy acted when he came back to class” (Stanley 23). The reader also hears the observation of Sister Aloysius who states to Father Flynn, “On the first day of the school year, I saw you touch William London’s wrist. And I saw him pull away” (Stanley 52). These are the only statements made to create suspicions toward Father Flynn. The reader does know that Father Flynn admits that “Donald Muller served as altar boy last Tuesday morning. After Mass, Mr. McGinn caught him in the sacristy drinking altar
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This note was uploaded on 05/18/2010 for the course LIT 1051 taught by Professor Leslie during the Winter '10 term at Cincinnati State.

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