Rabbit Hole By David Lindsay Abaire Essay

1483 Words Jul 23rd, 2015 6 Pages
Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire gave an interesting look on different aspects of life. Abaire does an excellent job through out the story with the way he develops the conflict of the story and the everyday problems that some of the characters deal with. He also contributes some humorous scenes deliberately because for the most part it was a sad play. From the sad moments we also see the growth of the characters as the play progresses. The reader was able to see a young couple mature not only as a couple but also as individuals. Another aspect of the play that was really enjoyable was the fact that the characters are relatable to most people. At least the strong emotions that they portrayed were relatable. What also is important is the amount of thinking the author gets the reader doing. What is a very important aspect of this play is the life lessons it teaches the reader. What was fascinating is how the author was able to incorporate some humorous scenes in the play. Of course depending on the person and his or her sense of humor would find the scenes funny, but that is the author’s intent. Such as an incident that involved Becca, one of the characters and the spouse going through really difficult times in her life and found herself at the supermarket with her mom and she was in an isle with a mother and her little son while they were arguing over a little because the little boy wanted some candy and the mom didn 't not want to buy it for him. After a while the mom…

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