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Essay | Glengarry Glen Ross

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Glengarry Glen Ross

Summary: About Glengarry Glen Ross
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"Whether it is nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles and by opposing, end them." No other craftsman has so eloquently put it as Shakespeare. The timeless question has yet to be answered. It is a question explored by more writers and philosophers than any other next to love, which many pose to be the solution. Glengary Glen Ross offers no solution. The problem is life. The struggle is individual. The lack of relationships is troubling. There is no love and in fact there are no female characters. The emotions are greed and animosity, jealousy and disgust. There is no life in this play. The play is unnatural. The characters act in unnatural ways. The lives displayed show no resemblance to nature. There are no natural settings and the movement skips all natural institutions...

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