Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Essay Topics & Writing Assignments

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Fear of reality is a major theme in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Write an essay on this topic and how it affects the action: Part 1) George frequently tells and retells the story of a boy who accidentally kills his parents and suffers a descent into insanity. In what ways is this based in reality and in what ways is it fictional? Part 2) Martha creates a detailed and poetic life for her "son." What purpose does this serve for her? Part 3) How does the final moment of the the play signify a terror at having to face the real world?

Fear of reality is a major theme in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. Write an essay on this topic and how it affects the action:

Part 1) George frequently tells and retells the story of a boy who accidentally kills his parents and suffers a descent into insanity. In...

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