"George is the great agent of change in the play." What do you think of this statement?
George Deever certainly has a pivotal role to play in the drama in that he forces the Kellers to confront the consequences of their father's descent into corruption. Before George arrives on the scene, the Kellers are in a state of denial about Joe Keller's role in providing the military with defective cylinder heads. But once he makes his presence felt, there can be no more...
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