Is Joe Keller unable to see his obligations and responsibilities as a member of the community?
From one point of view this seems like a no-brainer. Of course he does not see his obligations to the community; his movement toward this understanding is what the play is about.
What I think makes the play interesting is that it's really about the conflict between community and family. Joe, a man who has worked hard all his life to provide for his family wakes up on morning and is faced with an...
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