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Blessed be the ties that bind is one of the main key factors in Thornton Wilders Our Town There are many things that bind people together Ties are forms of connections and also bonds Ties bring people together Three of the things that bond people together are birth marriage and death To begin birth is where it all begins Birth bonds people together The joy of seeing the new creation and features of both mom and dad are indescribable In Our Town the Gibbs children the Webbs children and the twins in Polish town is what bonded the town together Everyone knew each other which made it easy to bond together In addition to birth marriage also bonds people together In Our Town Emily Webb and George Gibbs were bonded together by love and marriage Emily fell in love with George when she was only 12 years old Marriage is a bond for life Marriage is like a contract You promise to obey by the rules of the contract or in this case the marriage The church ceremony is the spiritual bond of the marriage The honeymoon is the physical bond of the marriage There are a lot of responsibilities that come along with a marriage This is also where the children come in The children will help keep the marriage bonded together Finally as hard as it is to believe death also bonds people together The loss of a love one always brings the family closer together In Our Town when Emilys cousins Joe Studdard and Sam Craig died it bonded Emily and the families of Our Town together As families gather they talk about their fondest memories and look at old pictures of their love one At the visitation and funeral friends and family members travel long distances to pay their last respects to the decease Generally the church is full of people and special tributes are made to encourage the family and
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