(2.) 7/10/2015- According to the Stage Manager, “Our Town” takes place in Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire. For part of Act 1, we are introduced to Mrs. Gibbs and Mrs. Webbs. We see them in their gardens. They were basically have a conversation on Mrs. Gibbs “little” dilema. She was offered three hundred and fifty dollars worth for a piece a furniture called highboy. She says she always wanted to go to Paris, France. However, Dr.Gibbs is anxious about that idea of her going there in the middle of a war, which is understandable. However, this little piece of information tells us a little about the relationship between Dr. Gibbs and Mrs. Gibbs. Dr...
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...came into play with the dead souls and funeral, I felt that the story really went dark. I also feel like the story went in like a human life cycle. The pattern could of been like living life, love, and death. Act 3 was exciting, not because of reading it, but because these little theories about themes and symbols to come up with. With that said, I did not fully enjoy this book. I only enjoyed it starting at Act 3. Honestly, I could not think of anyway to make the other acts more engaging. I feel like if in Act 1 was able to provide a little more in depth discussion about Dr. Gibbs and Mrs. Gibbs, it could of help come up with an interesting debate. I think my thinking experience has changed a little bit because of how I was able to come up with ideas about the theme of the plays. Actually, reading the book was not as fun as coming up with possible ideas or theories.
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