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The Visit: A Tragi-comedy Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Why does the fact that the townspeople are buying expensive clothing and other goods make Ill suspicious?

If Ill is willing to submit to the decision made by the town, why does he refuse to kill himself?

Does Claire's lifestyle make her happy?

How do the townspeople justify their actions?

Why do the townspeople always identify their values as "Western?"

Describe the significance of the play's similarities to a Greek tragedy.

Does killing Ill heal Claire's broken heart?

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