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Man Of La Mancha

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German Garcia

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Man Of La Mancha

Man Of La Mancha
Quote
"I see heaven when i see thee, Dulcinea, and thy name is like prayer an angel whispers... Dulcinea... Dulcinea!" (Wasserman 23)
Aldonza reflection of her self
- Her self image

- Her way of viewing her self effects others views on her.

- Aldonza has no conscience
Introduction
Man of La Mancha takes place in La Mancha in central Spain. Don Quitoxe is an idealist who is always willing to go against the odds and believes in changes. he showcases this by pursuing to win over Aldonza who is a realist and is a prostitute. she is always laughed upon by other men and harassed verbally and physically.
Thesis
The treatment of women is shown within the play is shown by the characters perspectives, from Aldonza's abuse from the multeers and the way she views herself.
Physical Abuse
- Having no respect for themselves

- Seeing women as only a object

- Gaining up on her
Quote
"She fights back as best she can but the fight is hopeless and she must submit." (Wasserman 58)
Idealism vs Realism
-Idealist treat women with respect

-Realest treat Aldonza with no respect

- Realest see her for what she really is
Secondary Source
Media component
Conclusion
Work Cited
Quote
"I'll go with you or your brother, its all the same, it's all the same!" (Wasserman 19)
In conclusion the treatment of women is shown within the play is shown by the characters perspectives, from Aldonza's abuse from the multeers and the way she views herself. She goes from being a realist to becoming an idealist.
"male attitudes to women, and to themselves in relation to women, are marked by tension, anxiety and fear. Women are not part of, do not belong easily in, the male ordered world of the 'civilised' community; they have to be accounted for in other terms, and they threaten continually to overturn its stability or subvert its continuity, to break out of the place assigned to them by their partial incorporation within it."
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