Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Essay | Essay

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf: Way of Cleaning Up Messes Affected the Life of Each Character

Summary: "Messes" and what it means in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
"No, I did not clean up the mess I made Martha; I have been trying for years to clean up the mess I made." What are the messes that each of the characters are trying to clean up? How are their lives affected"

"Messes" refer to a difficult situation or a state of confusion and disorderliness. Accelerated by the alcohol, each character in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf had his messes revealed in the late-night drink party. For example, George and Martha lived a history of confusion in the past, and a marriage of difficulties at present. Nick and Honey were married to one another due to a hysterical pregnancy. Lives were affected when they try to clean up their messes.

George's history was a mess that had never been decided truth or illusion. Nothing related to his past was virtually told to the readers. The only hint...

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