1. Who do you believe in this play and why?
2. Do you see this play as "realistic"?
If so, how? If not, why not?
3. Tom Markus writes in his analysis of this play:
"To compensate for our inability to learn truths, we humans seek power."
Is this what the play says? Do you agree with that sentiment ?
4. Why read this play for this course? Is it relevant
to our proposed purpose?