What are the themes in the play Harvey?
Quick answer:The play is set in the 1940s, in a small town by the sea. The action takes place in a living room. Elwood P. Dowd and his sister Veta are sitting together on the sofa. They are waiting for their nephew who has been sent for to come over and spend some time with Elwood P. Dowd, who is described as 'mad'. Dr Chumley arrives with the nephew Harvey (who is never referred to by name). The doctor says that he and Elwood have met before (during an earlier visit, when Elwood had been coaxed into going to the local police station), and that he can testify to Elwood's sanity. He says it'
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