Mcdonagh Essays

The Cripple of Inishman by Martin Mcdonagh

? In the play, “The Cripple of Inishman” by Martin McDonagh the characters display forms of cruelty and violence. The characters are unable to express themselves in any other way except brutality, which could be due to their education. Living in Ireland has played a part in their way of life, and has shaped them to have a hard exterior. They take each other’s insults on a daily basis and to them it seems normal. The two characters that mainly…

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Themes in _the Beauty Queen of Leenane_

Maureen and Mag are isolated because of their physical location and their relationship with each other. Maureen dreams of being free of her mother’s house and small town life in Leenane. She blames her mother and her sisters for her circumstances; however, she is faced with the hard truth that men don’t come to call. Farming towns like Leenane were previously communities built on supporting each other, but over time families grew more isolated from one and other, leaving people…

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