Edward Albee


i have to write an essay about The Sandbox... its a good thing i dont get ANY of it.... any suggestions?

>>By alexandra   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)

I need some help in explaining the absurdist attacks on conventional Amercian values.

Please can someone help me

>>By Chynadoll   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)


>>By LIZY   (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 17:59)

I have a test tomorrow about The Sandbox and i don't understand it very well!!!

>>By Alexandra   (Wednesday, 19 Feb 2003 01:08)

Any one that has any questions in regards to The Sandbox shopuld go to ClassicNotes.com and you will get all you questions answered . Thats what I did.

>>By Cindy   (Wednesday, 5 Mar 2003 01:01)

Im really having a hard time getting information on the sandbox. I tried classicnotes.com but I cant get in. can anyone help me?

>>By nesto   (Thursday, 1 May 2003 02:30)

Hi, i am doing an essay about Albee's use of symbolism with the sandbox, music stand and the shovel. I have an idea but i wanted a different take on it. Please help.

>>By amanda   (Friday, 2 May 2003 20:08)

I have an on class paper due on the sandbox? Can anybody help me to define the theme?

>>By Jose   (Monday, 5 May 2003 02:21)

I need info on the theme and symbolism of the sandbox

>>By Travis Salitrik   (Monday, 5 May 2003 21:24)

The sandbox symbolizes a coffin once you are in it is meant to keep you in.

>>By Ms. Pohca   (Tuesday, 13 May 2003 08:30)

does anyone have an idea where to get the sandbox online. i lost my book and i have to skim over the play real fast for my final today. i would even take cliff notes or something

>>By Kristen   (Tuesday, 13 May 2003 17:17)

The Sandbox's irony is that the children took in the wife's mother, and treated her worse than a dog. When the angel of death came, she was ready to go. Her children had money, yet they woud not use any of it on her. She has been long without her husband, but she would rather be alone then treated the way she is with her daughter and her husband. The mother does not like the way the daughter treats the husband either.
The Sandbox is a very simple play with a complex meaning behind it. It relates to the modern American family.

>>By Sue   (Thursday, 10 Jul 2003 20:48)

I would like to hear some comments about how education has failed to provide fulfilment and personal development having Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee as a starting point.

>>By moonflower   (Wednesday, 19 May 2004 12:09)

aha.. i just started studying WAOVW? its deeep. but how education has failed to provide fulfillment and personal development? i'd like to hear some about that too.

>>By eatengold   (Thursday, 16 Feb 2006 02:57)

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