Our Town Essay | Our Town

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Our Town

Summary: Essay gives a literary analysis of "Our Town."
Throughout the world there are many simple towns that relate to Grover's Corners. Over the time of this story Thornton Wilder states, "Gradual changes in Grover's Corners. Horses are getting rarer. Farmers coming into town in Fords. Everybody locks their house doors now at night. Ain't been any burglars in town yet, but everybody's heard about 'em." These, like in other places, are the timely changes that occur.

Most small communities are all the same. For example, all the children go to the same school and play in the same parks. Emily Webb and George Gibbs are a perfect illustration of this. They grew up together all of their lives. This happens all over the world. Einbeck, a town in Germany, is a small society of people. Most of the kids in this low populated area run together, just as Emily and George did. In some case's similar...

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