"Blessed be the ties that bind",
"Blessed be the ties that bind", is one of the main key factors in Thornton Wilder's 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 Gibb's children, the Webb's children, and the twins in Polish town, is what bonded the town together. Everyone knew each…
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