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1. All my Sons a. Arthur Miller a.i. Similar to most all of his plays. a.ii. Normally gods and Hero’s a.iii. Classic Tragedy b. Amazing set b.i. Depth, see into house, etc. c. Why good? c.i. Emotional c.ii. Kept attention c.iii. Heightened selective realism c.iv. Significance of damaged tree c.iv.1. Built into text. c.iv.2. Addressed fairly quickly, so it was not very distracting d. Kate ( Mother) – Well cast e. Protagonist from a tragedy standpoint is the Father e.i. Joe is protagonist from pretty much all standpoints e.ii. Kate is main roadblock in preventing Joe from getting what he wants, grandchildren, successful business, etc. e.ii.1. Doesn’t want Chris marrying Anne f. George brings undeniable anger/tension to the scene, breaks calm of pleasant backyard. g. How to write a review: g.i. Should be journalistic, but also opinionated – we answer why g.ii. Opening sentence – attention grabber, highlight company itself, Arthur Miller, referencing subject matter and how it relates to present
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