Examine the differing attitudes toward marriage that Wilder shows in Act II. Throughout this act, there are many attitudes displayed about

Examine the differing attitudes toward marriage that Wilder shows in Act II.

Throughout this act, there are many attitudes displayed about what marriage is all about. “There are a lot of things to be said about a wedding; there are a lot of thoughts that go on during a wedding . . . there’s a lot of confusion way down deep in people’s minds and we thought that ought to be in our play, too.” These different attitudes are demonstrated throughout the act by Dr. and Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, George, Emily, Mrs. Soames, the baseball players, and the Stage Manager. Write an essay explaining how any three characters demonstrate differing attitudes about marriage. Include your perspective on how true or accurate these perspectives are on marriage today. Do not just quote their words; explain what “truth” each character tells about marriage. Remember to document your evidence properly, using MLA format.
I just want someone to pick three characters and their attitudes on marriage; I’ll do the rest myself. No file links or spam, or I’ll report you.

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