Can Linda be seen as a product of the socio-economic context of the play? If so, how?
She certainly can. Linda exemplifies the traditional home maker of the fifties. She stays home, doesn't ask too many questions, and is unconditionally supportive of her husband. She has the requiste number of children, two, a decent home and modest income.
Women in the...
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