Death Of A Salesman, Trifles, And Time Flies

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In order to understand drama, the setting must be organized in a way that the audience can capture the true emotions of the play. Just think about sitting in a theatre and all you see is two chairs on a stage. It would be very difficult to follow the script of the play without the setting to help the audience engage on what the actors were performing. In Death of a Salesman, Trifles, and Time Flies, the playwrights use different areas of the domestic settings to help the audience look into the lives of the characters involved. The setting of Trifles is at farmhouse kitchen in the Midwest. Instead of modern appliances, there is a hand pump at the sink for water, and a wood-burning stove for warmth and for cooking. From the kitchen, there are three doors: one to the parlor, one to the upstairs, and one to the shed and then on to the outdoors. In the middle of the room is a rustic dining table and chairs. The room has not been cleaned up and looks as if someone was interrupted in the midst of cooking a meal. Dirty pans are stacked under the sink, a loaf of bread is sitting outside the b...

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