Our Town strives to unite the 'earthly living' and the 'supernatural' into a time capsule of small-town life showing that life, in its greatness, is incomparable. I think this book/play was written to move its audience with this whole idea, instead of its individual dramas. It was written to explain that the town doesn't exist because of its wood frames or stone houses, but that the tempo of daily life from birth to love, friendships, responsibility, and even death have their own imaginative characters.
The setting of the play is set Grover's Corners and is actually the central character o…
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