I Am My Own Wife

How does Doug Wright use imagery in I Am My Own Wife?

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The physical setting of the play is a recreation of a simple square room with a back wall covered in blue lace. In the wall is a set of French doors, and in the middle of the room is a table with four wooden chairs. The physical set of the play is purposefully nondescript so it can function as the room from which Charlotte tells the tales of her life while allowing the audience to be transported to the various settings visited throughout the play.

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