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    The two main characters in ‘night, Mother are Jessie Cates and her mother Thelma, whom Jesse calls “Mama.” Jesse is middle-aged and lives with Mama, taking care of all the details of her...

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    Marsha Norman wrote 'night, Mother and this modern tragedy touches on many themes. Essentially Norman shows how wasted a life can be when there is no real communication between people. Jessie, the...

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    Because the play’s drama is centered on Jessie, it is often neglected in reviews and study guides what Thelma will lose from Jessie’s suicide. On the surface the relationship seems to be...

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    Jessie went into the attic to find her deceased father's old gun. It was part of Jessie's plan to put an end to her unproductive, fear and grief hampered melancholy life. Getting the gun and...

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    As far as I know, night, Mother is not a musical or a musical performance. It is a drama which uses dialogue as its most prominent style of discourse. It is also noted and highly praised (Pulitzer...

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    Copyright law prevents this type of download without the author's permission, and an internet search yielded no results of any availability of the full text online. At amazon.com, I found a digital...

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    One example of a feminist issue in "Night, Mother" is the choice that Jessie makes regarding her smoking habit. "When Jessie is asked to choose between her husband and smoking, she...

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    Because so much of the play concerns Jesse’s inability to form an identity for herself, the issue is what sort of family would enable her to do this. She understands herself as having failed in...

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    The minor characters, Jessie's brother Dawson and his wife, her ex-husband Cecil and even her son, Ricky, serve as simply more problematic relationships that Jessie feels unable to understand,...

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