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The Unseen in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf" and "The Homecoming"
Examines the unseen characters in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?" by Edward Albee and "The Homecoming" by Harold Pinter.
# 131846 | 750 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Drama and Theater (Dramatic Art)


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This essay analyzes the unseen characters in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?" by Edward Albee and "The Homecoming" by Harold Pinter. According to the paper, even though unseen, and in the case of Albee's play even imaginary, these characters play an important role in portraying the relationships between the "visible" or actual protagonists. Both Albee and Pinter wrote the plays in early 1960 and the plays share some common drama points.

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"This essay will analyze the unseen characters in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?" by Edward Albee and "The Homecoming" by Harold Pinter. Even though unseen, and in the case of Albee's play even imaginary, these characters play an important role in portraying the relationships between the "visible" or actual protagonists. Both Albee and Pinter wrote the plays in early 1960 and the plays share some common drama points. One of the most obvious is the question of power. George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf" is obviously character..."

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