Angels response

Angels response - Meshael Jones Angels Outside Play Response On the day a response is due students in the designated Section are required to post

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Meshael Jones Angels Outside Play Response On the day a response is due, students in the designated Section are required to post the following on Course Web by 12:01am that day (total 350 words): o Was this the student’s first time reading the play, yes or no? If not the first time, then anything new learned or observed this time around? If the first time, general reactions and summary of the play. This was my first time reading Angels in America. Before reading the play, just from the title I thought the play would consist of some spiritual aspects and also have something to do with American history. I thought the play was really lengthy and complex. I found the parallels between the two couples: Louis and Prior, Joe and Harper, to be interesting. The way that the couples intertwined was based on the uncertainty of Joe’s sexuality. Eventually Joe reveals that he has been struggling with the issue of homosexuality inwardly. Joe and Louis grow to form
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course THEA 0830 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Pittsburgh.

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