Why is the setting of the play Fences important? Make sure to go back to the introduction of the play and compare Wilson’s view of the European immigrants with that of African Americans in the same decade. In works of narrative (especially and including plays), the setting includes the and in which a takes place, and helps initiate the main and for a story. Setting has been referred to as story world or to include a (especially ) beyond the immediate surroundings of the story. Elements of setting may include , , , and . Along with the , , , and , setting is considered one of the fundamental components of .
The play Fence by playwright August Wilson is about the life of an African-American family. The family is economically troubled. The playwright main focus is about Troy, who is fifty-three years old. He focuses mainly on Troy’s relationship with his wife and children. In the play, Troy is seen struggling a lot to provide for his family. He even………….
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