Describe the characterization of women that author Hellman uses in each of the six plays. How does the vividness of the lead female characters compare to that of the male characters?
Change is a big part of literature, whether it's a short story, a novel, or a play. Always, a character must change. Explain why this is necessary, giving examples from Lillian Hellman's "Six Plays" to support your statements.
Explain how the setting in terms of the era of "The Children's Hour" shows the theme of the play.
Dialogue is the central way in which readers or views learn about characters. Choose a passage from "The Children's Hour" and explain how it helped you better understand a specific character.
Compare the social issues present in "Six Plays by Lillian Hellman."
Julie in "Days to Come" is a character who seems to be searching for meaning in her life...
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