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Popular Culture Dictates Life: A Review of the Play "Graceland" by Ellen Byron.
The short play, "Graceland" by Ellen Byron, presents two contrasting Elvis Presley fanatics. Bev Davies, as described in the play, is a "strong-willed and opinionated woman but also very generous and open." Notice that Byron already presents the contrasting characteristics of Bev, which may be seen as a foreshadowing of her transformation in the latter part of the play. Rootie, on the other hand, is another Elvis fanatic which is a complete opposite of Bev in terms of their physical appearance and social status. The contrasting characteristics of Bev and Rootie, however, is not the source…
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