Essay Topic 1
The play begins with a community theater production of a play.
Part 1) What is the purpose of this play, regarding this story?
Part 2) What is learned about the various characters? Why is this important?
Part 3) How does the audience's reaction to the play mimic the feelings of the actors?
Part 4) What does this section of the book reveal about the Wheelers' relationship?
Essay Topic 2
The author quickly reveals the flaws in the various characters.
Part 1) How are these characters first perceived? How are their flaws soon revealed?
Part 2) What is the purpose of the revelation?
Part 3) How do these flaws give the reader a sense of what is to come?
Essay Topic 3
The relationship between April and Frank Wheeler is constantly changing throughout this story.
Part 1) How does their relationship appear at the beginning of the story?
Part 2) How does it change throughout the play? What...
This section contains 1,192 words
(approx. 4 pages at 300 words per page)