Mourning Becomes Electra

Miss Julie And Mourning Becomes Electra
Miss Julie And Mourning Becomes Electra
Miss Julie And Mourning Becomes Electra In some works of literature a character who appears briefly or does not appear at all has a significant presence. Even though a character may not be present in a play, does not mean that they have no importance. In fact, these characters have more of an influence over the way the other characters act and speak. Two plays that exhibit this are Miss Julie, by August Strindberg and Mourning Becomes Electra, by Eugene O'Neill. In Mourning Becomes Electra, Ezr