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Eleemosynary Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Lee Blessing
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Topics for Further Study

Another of Blessing's plays that focuses on family relationships is Independence. Read this play and compare in an essay its treatment of family dynamics to that of Eleemosynary.

Imagine a screen version of the story of Eleemosynary. How would you deal with the fragmented narrative and its disrupted chronology? Write out one scene as a screenplay.

Investigate the New Age movement in America. As you research this topic, conduct interviews with present or former adherents of this movement. How do they describe their approaches to spirituality? Explore the diversity of these approaches, the causes of this movement, and its effect on American society. Present your findings to the class.

Write an autobiographical essay or a short story on a situation involving family members. The essay or story should focus on a specific conflict between two or more members and describe the resolution of that conflict.

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