Is it justifiable to say that Beth Henley is a feminist writer?
Does Henley present a reasonable picture of family life? Does she exaggerate aspects of relationships?
Why is Henley considered a writer of the dark and grotesque?
What are the most humorous aspects of Henley’s writing?
What is the role of food and eating in Henley’s plays? How does food become a metaphor for aspects of conflict and love?
How does Henley depict relationships between sisters and between female friends?
What is the function of love in Henley’s plays?