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English 102 - Introduction to Literature Prof. Fennessey September 2018 Drama Research Paper Writing Assignment #2 - Distributed September 12h -Due November 19 Choose one of the following plays and type a four to live-page paper that analyzes the play in terms of a comparative interpretation to its film adaptation. Portable Literature Outside Texts Miller - Death of a Salesman Hansberry - A Raisin in the Sun Ibsen - A Doll's House Williams - A Streetcar Named Desire Wilson - Fences Bolt - A Man for All Seasons Shakespeare - Hamlet O'Neill - The Iceman Cometh In your paper, you must provide an analysis of the plot that incorporates the events of the play itself (characterization, setting, point of view, symbols, tone, style, resolution, etc.) Do not merely list the plot similarities and the divergence from the plot. Describe how the elements of the play and that of the movie are similar and different. Discuss the effects of and state preference toward these similarities and difference. Hypothesize reasons that movie makes alter characteristics from the play. Remember, this is an analysis not a summary of the play and the film. It is strongly advised that you include at quotation or two, as well as concrete examples from the play and the film supporting your analysis. Be sure to use transition words throughout your paper for coherence and fluidity. in your analysis keep in mind and include the following: o Why are certain items included in the film and others omitted o Is there something completely different included in the film? o What are the strengths and weaknesses in the film in comparison to the play itself? • Does the time the play was written and the time the film was made have any impact on the adaptation V o What does your analysis discover about the two mediums and their respective audiences Wilson - Fences - 1983 play set in 1950's focuses on Troy, a father who struggles with providing for his family. Troy was an excellent ball player in his youth, but because the color barrier had not yet been broken in Major League Baseball, Troy was unable to get into that league to make good money or to save for the future. Film Do notes on what happened Play to the same Compare Events Beginn. sc -tell meuhat's the as Midde - what's the sare 1 - Ey endry - cnhreat's the same Contrast fer for each patofstry Characters - who is Teft out - who is still thee > -the same characta? - Are they, if they we stell the -ordo they honea diffaux role to the story - Do they combine Charentin together? different names - Do they g > same Are the Conflick the same? -Do they successfully brug droout the so ressage ? How do you support your claims? State your point Use a quote or scene paraphrase that shares the same idea as your point - Expăw how they connect or
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Introduction
Fences is a play that centers on Troy Maxson a trash collector and previously a baseball hero in
the Negro League and who harbors inner conflicts that affect his relationship with his wife,
friends, and children. Fences is one of the renowned works by Wilson and the play was
developed in 1983 at the National Playwrights Conference and premiered at the in 1985 at the
Yale Repertory Theatre (PCPA). It was played at Broadway in 1987 and featured James Earl
Jones as Troy (PCPA).

Analysis of the Plot
Major Themes
I.

II.

III.

An important theme is that of conflict and the author introduces the reader to the main
character in the first part of the play and to the conflicts that exist among the main
characters.
Racism is another major theme in both the play and the film and it is expected based on
the setting which is just in the 1950s and just at the beginning of the Civil Rights
Movement.
Theme of opportunity and limitations which is quite poignant in the life of Troy, we get
to learn that he was a talented baseball player that developed his talent while in jail where
he had spent fifteen-years for killing a man in a robbery.

Symbolism
The use of the fences as the name of the play and film was symbolic and shows how the lives of
the characters are changed around the fence. The fence is symbolically used to portray the
relationship that are built and broken.

Style
I.

II.

Setting
Fences is set in an urban setting in 1950s America and the activities going on for many
months and then they get fast forwarded to several years ahead.
Character
The protagonist Troy is the patriarch and the individual with the responsibility over his
home, something he prides in and firmly stands by. Rose is a strong and submissive
woman who does her role of a stay home mother, she stays faithful to her husband every
though the difficult times. Rose is a subservient woman taking her role in marriage which
in the 1950s was restricted to domestic duties.

IV.

Metaphors
In the Fence, the fence is used as a metaphorically to mean the confines that tie Bono and
Troy to misery, a segregated life where there are few opportunities for growth in their
careers.

Picture and Cinematography
The framing is also a time drawn in and the variation from the former to the latter techniques
show a well thought out structure that is purposely developed to draw in the audience which
coupled by the various motifs accentuate the themes and brings the film to life.
Comparison between the Play and the Film Versions
The major difference between the film and the play is that as expected, the play version has
greater detail compared to the film, that can be argued based on time and numerous scenes that
had to be cut out which is understandable.


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Drama Research; Analysis of Fences the Play and Film
Introduction
Fences is a play that centers on Troy Maxson a trash collector and previously a baseball
hero in the Negro League and who harbors inner conflicts that affect his relationship with his
wife, friends, and children. Fences is one of the renowned works by Wilson and the play was
developed in 1983 at the National Playwrights Conference and premiered at the in 1985 at the
Yale Repertory Theatre (PCPA). It was played at Broadway in 1987 and featured James Earl
Jones as Troy (PCPA). The play went on to bag numerous awards in play, performance, direction
among others. The film version is an American drama film that was produced and directed by
Denzel Washington who is also featured in the film as the protagonist, and it was written by
August Wilson based on the play written by the same author.
The film was first released in the U.S on April 2016 and featured a host of talented and
award-winning actors like Denzel Washington who played Troy, Viola Davis as his wife Rose,
Stephen Henderson as Cory, together with other great actors who include Russel Hornsby,
Mykelti Williamson among others (Henderson). The film is an adaptation of the 1983 awardwinning stage play and is based on the life of Troy Maxson a waste collector who lives with his
wife and young son but occasionally his brother and son from a previous relationship pops in
(Scott). Set in the 1950s, the film gives a vivid description of the themes such as racism and the

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war that were rife at the time and the great impact it had on the protagonist’s sporting career, a
once-promising athlete unable to compete because he was an African American.
Analysis of the Plot
Major Themes
An important theme is that of conflict and the author introduces the reader to the main
character in the first part of the play and to the conflicts that exist among them. Troy’s
relationship with his son is one that is strained; he tries the much he can to block his son from
pursuing a career in sports fearing that his dreams will be shattered just like his. It is through his
descriptions that we get to learn of the challenge he had launching his career, a talented player
but only for his skin color and the war, he fails to amount to anything in the sporting field (Raj
and Jose). Father and son's conflict comes to an end after Troy's death. Troy and Rose also
interrelationship is also at odds, he enters into a relationship with another woman and we see the
deep anger and bitterness through Rose's words when she describes how long she has stood by
him and despite all the sacrifices he stabs her in the back.
Racism is another major theme in both the play and the film and it is expected based on
the setting which is just in the 1950s and just at the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement. We
are introduced to it at a very early stage in the conversation between Troy and Bono in the first
scene where the protagonist describes the challenges he has had at work, reprisals for speaking
out and inquiring why there were no African American drivers. He is cautioned against such a
practice by the union head who tells him he could get fired. When describing the baseball game
Troy voices his frustration in how one of the teams, the Pirates, has all white team and the only
exception who is a terrific player but he is forced to sit on the bench for being a Puerto Rican.

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I ain’t thinking about the Pirates. Got an all-white team. Got that boy . . . that Puerto
Rican boy . . . Clemente. Don’t even half- play him. That boy could be something if they
give him a chance. Play him one day and sit him on the bench the next…(Wilson 47).
There is also the theme of opportunity and limitations which is quite poignant in the life
of Troy, we get to learn that he was a talented baseball player that developed his talent while in
jail where he had spent fifteen-years for killing a man in a robbery. However, by the time he was
released he was too old to participant in the major leagues, he opts instead to blame his
challenges on the system and his race. Opportunities are now available for his son, something
that Troy finds it hard to accept and chooses instead to block him from being recruited in an
athletic scholarship. Cory, his son, lashes out at him for blocking him from his opportun...


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