Maddy95
  • Maddy95
plz help!! In Act I, Wilder depicts the interaction between George and Emily in order to __________. (Points : 3) foreshadow their future romantic relationship reveal George's conceited and stuck-up nature show that Emily is not as smart as George thinks demonstrate the power of the Stage Manager On the day that their children are to be married, both the Gibbses and the Webbs worry that __________. (Points : 3) Simon Stimson will ruin the wedding the ceremony will be long and boring their children are too young to be married Emily does not truly love George In Act II, why does Wilder include the flashback to Emily and George's conversation at the soda shop? (Points : 3) It shows that the teens were meant for each other. It suggests that the teens are making a mistake. It predicts George's future success in athletics. It reveals George's prideful nature. At the church, prior to their wedding, George and Emily are __________. (Points : 3) angry with each other relaxed nervous excited to be married
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