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Essay | Our Town

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Our Town.
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Our Town

Summary: The play "Our Town" by Wilder is unusual because of its omniscient stage manager, foreshadowing and flashback, and the absence of a painted set.
To get their jobs done, workers in all professions use devices and strategies. Playwrights use staging tricks and strategies to convey its message of the play. Thornton Wilder is one of the playwrights who use staging tricks and strategies. Our Town is one of the most famous plays by Thornton Wilder. The play has three acts. The first act deals with birth and everyday life. The act is an introduction to the people in the town, their daily routine, family relationships, and growing up. Act II is mostly about love and marriage, and it still talks about their daily routine. The third act is about death. It is also about how humans fail to appreciate the beauty of life; how they never cherish the joys of things that are taken for granted. The play is unusual because of its omniscient stage manager, foreshadowing and flashback, and the absence...

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