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The last scene of the play Candida holds significant role in its development. James Morells, Candida’s husband is a clergyman. Initially he thinks that Candida is dependent on her and he is an ideal person. However as soon as Eugene Marchbanks enters the plot, he begins feeling insecure. Eugene makeRead more
Problem play is a genre of drama which takes up important social issues by using arguments among the characters in the play on the stage. These characters express clashing ideas that help the audience and the readers to understand the issue and reach a solution on their own. It must be noted that inRead more
The play "Candida" by GB Shaw is about a woman who is a loyal and obedient wife of a clergyman named Morell. The names of both the character are suggestive. Candida means frank (she is frank) and Morell depicts that he believes in and practices morality. There is no adventure or mysteries in the plaRead more
Candida is the eponymous protagonist of the play Candida by GB Shaw. The word Candid means frank and so she is. Right from the beginning, we can understand how caring and wise she is. In scene 1, she comes to her own home from her parents’ home to take children’s winter clothes. Finding everything iRead more