Fences as metaphor in Lanford Wilson's "Fences"

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English

 

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John J

 

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September 15, 2014

 

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Eventually her compassion leads her to make an unspoken ultimatum to Troy: I can either take in this bastard child, or I can take in you. Troy misses this ultimatum and sees the well-being of the child, Raynell, as the only option. There are quite a few cliches throughout fences. The aspiring musician who is always poor, the washed-up sports player, the crazy old man who is really actually a wise character, the loving wife, etc...
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The aspiring musician who is always poor, the washed-up sports player, the crazy old man who is really actually a wise character, the loving wife, etc. It's interesting to see Wilson place such (to me) an emphasis on the crazy "fool" character, and end up leaving him out for such a long period of time throughout the script...
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