A True Understanding Of St. Joan
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January 1, 2017
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A true understanding of the significance that Shaw places on the eggs, the change in the wind and Joan’s unburned heart led me to see a Saint, falsely tried as a heretic.
In scene 1 of the play, Shaw opens up with Robert, squire of Baudricourt, questioning his steward about eggs. Having some of the best hens, Robert does not understand why there are no eggs...
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Having some of the best hens, Robert does not understand why there are no eggs. His steward tries to explain to him that it is not his fault, yet the works of God. Robert does not believe him and even goes to the extent of threatening to kill the steward. In his defense, the steward says, “Sir: I tell you there are no eggs...
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