Click open the attachment link above and read: “Introduction to Tragic Drama” In

Click open the attachment link above and read:
“Introduction to Tragic Drama”
In Literature: A Portable Anthology, read:
August Wilson, Fences, Act I, Scene I (1121-33)
Troy doesn’t want his son Cory to play football, even though it might earn Cory a college athletic scholarship. Why? Does Troy have good reasons, in your view? Write about the dialogue among Troy, Rose, and Bono where this first comes up (Wilson 1126-27). How much, in your view, have times changed, as Rose argues?

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