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Stephanie Brown English 2026 Paper I Submission II Imagination Examining the human condition is appealing to any kind of audience because it offers a situation that every person can identify with and understand At times this form of realism can cause some discomfort or awkwardness because it speaks to the innermost part of ones soul which usually is the hardest thing to face Everyone must admit that there is at least one thing about their life that they wish were different but dont want to really face In the play Six Degrees of Separation John Guare brilliantly portrays the ugly truths of American society and reality of life Guare emphasizes the individuals necessity of personal significance through Paul a young con-artist who ironically unveils the facade of those he manipulates Each character is initially attracted to Paul They each have one thing in common an overwhelming desire to be in Cats 68 This desire symbolizes the characters yearning for something more Just the idea of a making a movie version of TS Elliots Cats perplexes Pauls listeners When Paul proposes the idea of the film Ouisa is astounded and even later questions the possibility of the film in a dream Sidneyis it right to make a movie out of Cats 69 The notion seemed impossible to Ouisa Flan and their friends yet they were intrigued by doing accomplishing the impossible and each wanted to be a part of it They were dissatisfied with their lives and wanted to find something more We let him in our lives I run a foundation youre an art dealer Youre a doctor Youd think wed all be satisfied with our achievements 68 The truth of Larkins words emphasize the longing for significance and the connection that draws them to Paul The idea of making a movie out of Cats accomplishing the impossible intrigues Ouisa because she has always done what she thought she was supposed
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