Why is Honey's character significant to the play?
I honestly think she is meant for more than just to seem air headed and VERY drunk. I think her innocence and obliviousness is meant to be the complete opposite of Martha, as Gonzalez said yesterday, which only amplifies Martha's qualities.
Yes i agree! i feel her presentation of Martha's opposite amplifies Martha so much and it's clearly visible by the audience/reader.
"Yes. They're married, To each other. Cluck! And she comes in, and she looks around, and she puts her groceries down, and she says, "What a dump!"
Mimicking the famous 1940's actress Bette Davis, how does this reference correspond to both relationships throughout the novel?
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