At the end of Act I, Kate says. "Be smart now, Joe..." She says this because
In Act I, Mother says to Ann, "As long as you are here, Annie, I want to ask you never to say that again." What did Ann say?
In Act III, we learn that Dr. Jim Bayliss made a compromise in his life that makes him unhappy. What was that compromise?
In Act II, Kate tells Chris that Ann "doesn't belong here". She says this because
Goerge is an important character in the play because
A turning point of the play occurs when
When George arrives at the Keller home, Kate calls him "Georgie" because
Why does Joe make exuses for Steve?
The American Dream is
The play is called "All My Sons" because