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Necessary Targets Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Eve Ensler
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Topics for Further Study

Think about the title of this dramatic work. Read the passage in scene 4 in which Melissa states that she and J.S. are the necessary targets. What does she mean by this? Write a paper focusing on your interpretation of the title. To demonstrate your understanding and interpretation, use an extended example from your own life or from the life of someone you know that would demonstrate how a person could be a necessary target. If you do not have a real example, make up a situation to use as a model.

Research the human rights violations that occurred during the Bosnian civil war. Then read accounts about segregation and human rights abuse in the South during the first half of the twentieth century in the United States. How were the circumstances in the two countries different? How were they the same? Write a paper about...

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