In "Glengary Glenn Ross" by David Mamet what does the author contend about the male ego, and how does it influence ethical compromise?
I would say that in the case of Mamet's work there is a strong contention that the male ego is constantly under siege. The men in the play are hardly at peace with themselves or the world around them. There is a pride...
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