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

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Closing Remarks

Summary: What is ment by Martha's closing remarks in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
So, What is meant by Martha's closing remarks? This could be read by the reader in two ways, which are literally and symbolically. First off, literally could be interpreted by the reader, as Martha is just afraid of some person named Virginia Woolf? But this is not likely to be the case in this situation. It is more likely to be a symbolic incident involving Martha. One of the possible reasons why Martha states that the is afraid of Virginia Woolf is that she is afraid of the fictional character `the big bad wolf' from the fairy tale, `Little red ridding hood', which is another symbolic representation this text. Now it is very unbelievable that Martha is afraid of some fairy tale character so it must be another reason why she states that she is afraid of Virginia Woolf.

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