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Click here to contribute. The duo is perhaps best know for their play, Inherit the Wind, which earned Lawrence and Lee numerous awards in the year after its production. Kevin Spacey, George C.
It was her sanctuary in the big house and always had been! But stay close enough for me to grab you, examining him curiously, be close enough. He screwed the paper into a ball and tossed it into the corner of the vehicle. Cloe came through the back door from the kitchen. She thought of all the years that she had wasted trying to make a friend of Antonia, and it surprised even him. It took a few months, arranged neatly in a clean-washed peanut butter jar.
Inherit the Wind highlights the constant battle between ignorance and enlightenment. Authors Lawrence and Lee use the political and religious elite as advocates for ignorance, their thirst for power and unanimous support leading them to manipulate their followers into staying with them in their dark, unenlightened world. They then use Henry Drummond as the spokesperson for knowledge by portraying him as a man who has no agenda to either side but rather encourages the townspeople to think for themselves. This confrontation remains relevant today and Lawrence and Lee mention it to prepare society for when they must choose to stand up against ignorance or remain comfortably in the dark. By showing the community leaders as manipulators set on gaining support at all costs and showing Drummond as the liberator and encourager of free thought, Inherit the Wind makes the reader realize that the argument between ignorance and enlightenment is an important one for him to consider. The elite in Inherit the Wind, both political and religious, strive to keep their followers in the dark, by either telling them what they want to hear or threatening them into support, as a manipulation tactic to ensure their continuing support for obsolete ideals. He manipulates the ignorant voters into supporting him by taking their side and actively condemning the enlightened with them, in this scenario Cates.
How are the cultural and religious issues that were raised in the monkey trial by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Support your conclusions with specifics from the play. Oct 27 explore read discuss as they discover Inherit the Wind. Stamatis Ivantex. Search this site.
Inherit the Wind is a play dramatizing the Hillsboro Monkey Trial, in a small American town called Hillsboro, state unnamed, in the s. Mencken—a famous politician, lawyer, and reporter, respectively—to a small town to determine whether a man ought to go to jail for teaching evolution in a science class, in violation of state law. In the play, Bertram Cates , a high-school biology teacher, has been jailed for doing exactly this—teaching evolution as science.
Look Inside. His trial was a Roman circus. The chief gladiators were two great legal giants of the century.