Our Town Essay | Analysis of "Our Town"

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Analysis of "Our Town"

Summary: Essay consists of a literary analysis on the novel "Our Town" by Thornton Wilder.
On May 7, 1901 an old man appears on stage. He introduces himself as the stage manager. The setting is in New Hampshire and the crowing of the rooster signals the early morning. This man introduces "Our Town"; a small northern settlement built surrounding "Main Street." He introduces two families, the Gibbs and the Webb's. Each of these families represents the society to which they live in. The Gibbs family is made up of Doc Gibbs and his wife, and their two children, Rebecca and George. The Webb family consists of Charles and Myrtle, and their two children Emily and Wally. After the introduction by the stage manager the activities of the typical day begin. The paperboy arrives, Joe Crowell, while Dr. Gibbs arrives home, tired, after delivering a set of twins. Both families are preparing breakfast and the children are getting ready for school. Mrs. Gibbs and...

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