What are the themes in Angels in America?
The main theme of "Angels in America " is what it was like to be a gay man in the mid-1980s. The story takes place during the height of the AIDS epidemic and as such, the disease is a predominant theme throughout, affecting the lives of several of the main characters. Transformation is a major theme that affects every main character. Harper, a Republican politician's wife, exemplifies this theme in her transformation from a sheltered woman who is afraid of the changing...
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