One of the very first things the reader becomes aware of is that a probable theme of this play is the idea of aging and its inherent problems. Answer the following questions in a coherent essay using detailed examples from the entire play:
1.) Who is most obviously failing, probably as a result of age?
2.) What is the main problem Norman is having at the opening of the play?
3.) How common is memory problems among people in their late 70s and older?
4.) Are there ways to combat memory problems? What are they?
In a play, setting is an integral part of the entire story. Answer the following questions in a coherent essay using detailed examples from the entire play:
1). Describe the setting at the opening of the play.
2). How do you think the setting contributes to the play?
3). What clues does the setting offer about the characters?
4). What would...
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