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21 Feb

A Sunny Morning

“A Sunny  Morning” centers around Don Gonzalo and Dona Laura who were lovers in their youth. They were separated by fate. However very many years later, they meet each other in the park on a sunny morning. Though they do not recognize each other, slowly they come to realize that they were once lovers. However the usual reunion of long-lost lovers does not take place. Bot

21 Feb

Before Breakfast: O'Neill

O’Neill’s “Before Breakfast ’is a monodrama which depicts the strain of family life. The central figure is Mrs. Rowland, who is unhappy with her poet husband Alfred. He does not make an appearance nor does he speak a word in the play. However he remains a powerful presence. Mrs. Rowland and Alfred belong to different social, cultural and economic backgrounds. She

21 Feb

How He Lied to Her Husband: G. B. Shaw

G. B. Shaw wrote the comedy“How he Lied to Her Husband” for Arnold Daly in four days, while on vacation in Scotland. It presents a familiar triangular situation involving a husband, wife and a lover poet. Henry Apjohn, the lover in the play, is a handsome young man madly in love with Aurora .He even dedicates a book of poems to her with the name Aurora written all over .He as

21 Feb

The Swan Song: Anton Chekhov

“The Swan Song” by Anton Chekhov revolves round Svietlovidoff, a sixty-eight –year-old actor .He was an actor playing his part in a drama staged for his benefit. He had fallen asleep in the dressing room when the play was over.  He was a foolish old man .He had been drinking and so had fallen asleep in the dressing room. He had poured down his throat plenty of beer

19 Feb

Never on a Wednesday: Richard A Via

'Never on a Wednesday’ by Richard A Via is a depiction of a single incident that takes place in an average American family. The action takes place in a living room .Dad is reading evening newspaper sitting in a chair to the right of a lamp table. Dorothy, his 16 year old daughter, is manicuring her fingernails. The younger son Tom, aged 14, is seated on a table attempting to st

19 Feb

Sorry, Wrong Number: Lucille Fletcher

Lucille Fletcher’s ‘Sorry, Wrong Number’ sketches the trauma of a neurotic and invalid woman. Mrs. Stevenson, the main character in the play, is all alone as her maid has gone home. Her husband is at the office so she tries to phone him. When she fails she asks the operator connect her to Murray Hill 3-oo93. However she does not get connected but overhears a conversatio