posts on 11/28/2006 12:29:11 AM
What is the theme of this book? I would appreciate some input.
Also what is the general overall action or intention of the play?
Lastly what was the intention or action of Claire?
I need this info. for a study on this play. Thank you
posts on 7/9/2006 11:05:42 PM
I need help. I am doing a report on "Proof" by David Auburn and I am not sure about what the theme is, and how the setting, characterization, symbols, or language help to develop the theme. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
posts on 6/7/2006 3:29:59 PM
what book is the movie based on? i can't seem to find it.
posts on 1/8/2005 11:09:14 PM
Yeah, I'm quite of fan of Auburn's <i>Proof</i>. He's an aspiring genius as brilliant as the herione in the play. Considering he won a Pulitzer Prize for his second full length play ever written, I can't help but to praise this man for his gift at writing. The characters are so indebth and complex and <i>real</i> that it's hard not to delve into this piece. Auburn once said he felt a big sense of importance (or some form of this) when he saw actors taking his work very seriously. I think from that experience, he grew as a playwright and really took into account of what he was writing. The plot is so genius. It's a mix of a solid, tangible proof with questioned authorship, and a vague, intangable proof of love and relationships. With it's small cast, it's intimate and complex, and a lovely addition to the diverse and numerous amounts of theatre literature.
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