Harvest - Samantha Zid THE 191, Russ Blain Play Response...

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Samantha Zid THE 191, Russ Blain Play Response 6/12/2011 Harvest “Nothing has changed! The words are different, that’s all,” these words are usually said when anyone is trying to rationalize a change in their life style. When Om says this to Ma in Harvest , written by Manjula Padmanabhan, he is trying to rationalize the changes that are being made in order for them to have a first world life. It is amazing to look at the lengths people will go through to have it all in life. At first the challenge starts out with gradual changes, then before you know you have compromised your entire integrity in the name of getting it all. Harvest tells us a tale about a man who is willing to give up his body in the name of globalization. After making the deal he and his family are showered with gifts and it seems like they are on the road to success, but globalization comes back to collect and sends this play into a downward spiral. One of the most interesting characters in
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