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Our Town is narrated by the Stage Manager, a godlike and omniscient person who speaks directly to the audience. He knows everything about everyone in Grover's Corners, including its past and its future.
Our Town could be anyone's hometown; the play is an allegory about the meaning of life, which Thornton Wilder finds in the seemingly insignificant events that occur and reoccur through the generations.
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