A Doll's House: Full of Tidy Endings
It has been said that great works of drama have a universality about them, a timelessness all their own. Many important plays have similarities to one another regardless of the time in which they were written because of this fact. Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House and Harvey Fierstein's On Tidy Endings are certainly no exception to that rule. Although they were written over a hundred years apart they
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add a little bit of shock to get the heart going. These works are both influential in that they do take a theme as old as time itself and put a contemporary twist on it. I think both of these plays will be influencing young playwrights and people in general for a long time to come. All great works of drama have something in common-they teach us something profound about ourselves and humankind in general.