Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Essay | Student Essay

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Truth Or Illusion

Summary: Truth or Illusion, you don't know the difference?
Truth Or Illusion

Truth or Illusion, you don't know the difference. In the text `Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf"' by Edward Albee there are a lot of topics being brought up throughout the text and the problem the reader faces is, are the characters telling the truth, or are they telling a lie. These topics are brought up through the many games that are played throughout the night. The reader must also figure out if the character is telling an illusion, why they are doing this, and finally they have to find out who discovered what about other people and themselves.

In the first act of the play the title of it is, `Fun and Games'. This could have a meaning on two levels, which are symbolically and literally. Literally could be read as the couple may be playing some...

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