Bill twice refers to Sylvia Plath's poem " Daddy," quoting her line about how all women adore fascists. What does the play suggest about the truth or falsify of that idea and Why does Bill invoke...

Bill twice refers to Sylvia Plath's poem " Daddy," quoting her line about how all women adore fascists. What does the play suggest about the truth or falsify of that idea and Why does Bill invoke it?

(Toronto, Mississippi by Joan Macleod)

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