Rose Mamaid Analysis

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Daniel Dobson. March 7,2018 Using bono’s line on page 61, analyze the various implications of the play’s title. On page 61 bono states that “ some people build fences to keep people out… and other use fences to keep people in”. This citation relates to the title because people use fences as a way to make sure there families are protected and safe, but on (page 89) when troy chooses to kick cory out of their house cory loses his father’s protection and was considered an outsider cause of him being on the other side of the fence.” Tell mama i’ll be back for my things. They’ll be on the other side of that fence. After troy has messed up in cheating on rose the family wasn’t the same they all went there separate ways …show more content…

Determine to what extent rose is an empowering model for women. Rose is a very honest and kind person but she also has her limits like everyone else in the story does. She has shown that not only she is a loving mother and wife she is very strong. What makes her a good role model for women is that she sacrificed her goals and dreams for her family. She was committed to being a good mother and wife. In (Pages 70 and 71) rose unleashed all her feelings in an argument between her and troy.” i been standing with you! I been right here with you, troy. I got a life too. I gave 18 years of my life to stand in the same spot with you. Don’t you think i had dreams and hopes ? What about my life? What about me. These citations shows the sacrifice rose has given up which was her dreams. Another citation that shows how rose is an empowering role model for women when she felt sympathy for a motherless newborn knowing who the father was. She takes her in showing her loving nature and her ability to put her anger to the side. In (page 79) rose says “ i’ll take care of your baby for you… cause… like you say… she’s innocent… and you can’t visit the sins of the father upon the child. A motherless child has got a hard time. From right now… this child got a mother. But you a womanless

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