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Teaching Cat on a Hot Tin Roof: the play with a pull students can't resist
Forgive me for asking this simple question; I'm unfamiliar with his heart, I am a stranger here myself. Why is it wrong to murmur, 'I adore him' when it's shamefully obvious I do? Does love embarrass him or does it bore him? I'm only waiting for my cue, I'm a stranger here myself. Rebekah Adkins. The "cattiness" that both Maggie and Brick use to describe her does not relate merely to her physical beauty and sultriness.
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - Margaret's Monologue
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof. What's the big deal? Major Symbols Thesis and American Values. In Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams the major symbol of course includes a cat on a hot tin roof and a crutch. In the play the Margaret is metaphorically the cat on the roof.