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Religion in "Inherit the Wind"

Summary: In "Inherit the Wind" by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence, Rachel Brown is a 22-year-old religious schoolteacher who faces a big challenge in dealing with her godless boyfriend Bert Cates and the most religious people of the town.
Rachel Brown from the play Inherit the Wind, by Robert E. Lee and Jerome Lawrence, is a twenty-two year old religious schoolteacher, who is pretty and faces big challenge between her godless boyfriend Bert Cates and the most religious people of the town. Bert is on a trial, because he teaches evolution in school which is "sinful" and against the law, so that he is in the jail. But Rachel still cares for him.

As she comes to jail to see Cates and says to him: "I stopped by your place and picked up some of your things. A clean shirt, your best tie, some handkerchiefs" (6). That exactly shows that she does care for Bert by brings some clothes to him. But she thinks Cates is wrong, and she wants Cates to give up, because the whole town is religious.

As she tells Cates: "Bert...

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