Street Scene Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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The setting is very detailed. Part 1) Describe the setting. Part 2) How does the setting enhance the play? Part 3) How can you relate to this setting? How is it relevant today?

The setting is very detailed.

Part 1) Describe the setting.

Part 2) How does the setting enhance the play?

Part 3) How can you relate to this setting? How is it relevant today?

Sounds are a constant in this play. Part 1) What types of sounds are heard? Why? Part 2) How might these sounds affect the viewer? Why? Part 3) Do you believe these sounds would enhance or detract from the play? Why?

Sounds are a constant in this play.

Part 1) What types of sounds are heard? Why?

Part 2) How might these sounds affect the viewer? Why?

Part 3) Do you believe these sounds would enhance or detract from the play? Why?

This play was written in 1929. Part 1) What can you gather about this time period, based on information in the play? Part 2) How could audiences in 1929 relate to this play? Part 3) How can viewers today still connect with the characters and plot of this play?

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