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Essay 3: The Play (Critical Analysis) Length: 6 pages+ At the very least, essay MUSTend somewhere on page 7 for full creditLength: 5 pages+ At the very least, essay MUSTend somewhere on page 6 for full creditOutside Sources: 1primarysource and at least2secondarysources-Primary Source:the play. Use no more than 10 lines of quotations (20% of the overall paper) in your essay.-SecondarySource: an author or criticwho helps to analyze, interpret, or otherwise comment on the primary source(or on the playwright). Secondary sources will be found onlyin a scholarly source(a peer-reviewed essay or article) accessed through the Golden West College library databasesOR in any of the articles/chapters posted in the Quarter 4 modules.______________________________________________________________________________Write an essay on EITHER Oedipus the King OR The Glass Menagerie. Select only 1 topic.Oedipus the King: 1.Explain the behavior of up to 3characters using the concepts of psychoanalytic theory. Explore no more than 3 psychoanalytic concepts per character. You may apply the same concept to different characters. 2. How does the play explore the genre of tragedy and any of its constituent elements? See “The Elements of Drama” and Aristotle’s “On the Elements and General Principles of Tragedy.”3. Discuss the ways in which the play explores1of the following:a)A particular theme, such as fate vs. free will orpride going before a fallb) The use of imagery (light and dark, sight and blindness, sowing and plowing, etc.)c) The use of irony (verbal, dramatic, situational, cosmic, etc.)
The Glass Menagerie: 1. Explain the behavior of up to 3characters using the concepts of psychoanalytic theory. Explore no more than 3 psychoanalytic concepts per character. You may apply the same concept to different characters.2. Discuss the ways in which the play isabout failure and its consequences.3. Discuss the ways in which the play explores 1of the following themes:a) The pursuit of the American dreamb) The dominance of the pastc) The importance of memory