"Leaving Home" - A Play Review
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This paper explores the idea of culture and forming a cultural identity,as seen in David French's play "Leaving Home." According to the paper, French's work reflects the idea of traditional perspectives towards the significance of belonging. paper explores these issues. The paper includes a plot summary and character analysis.
From the Paper:"The idea of culture - and, through a cultural identity, community - in David French's play Leaving Home reflects the idea of traditional perspectives towards the significance of belonging. The play focuses on the character of Jacob Mercer, a Newfoundland immigrant who has relocated his family to Canada, who forcibly imposes his native values upon his two sons; in response, his sons gradually become more distant as they integrate themselves into the new and more welcoming culture of Canada. In Leaving Home, Mercer presents his view of the clash between generations, where the children recognize the opportunity for change and are willing to..."
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