Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?


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Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  1. Sex Theme
    1. -Sex and infidelity are mostly used as weapons
      1. -Characters commit sexual acts or threaten them as way of gaining power over each other
        1. -These attemps at true intimacy are short lived
          1. -Sex is a tool for battle
            1. The sex life that George and Martha have is almost inexistance. At the beggining of the play George did not even want to kiss her
              1. Nick might want to sleep with Martha because she is the daughter of the university director and he looks forward to rise in the Biology Department.
                1. Honey is portraited as a character who is not very intelligent. That's why she does not realises that Nick and Martha are flirting each other.
                  1. George rejects Martha´s sexual advances because the relationship is devastated. They had been together for a long time and Martha is very insistant, as a consequence, George is tired.
                    1. Martha says in the play that she has a would be infidelities. Probably as she been unfaithful to George with Nicky, she done with many others.
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