PROBLEMS OF HUMAN EMOTIONS AND FAMILY VALUES IN NEAL SIMON'S ‘LOST IN YONKERS’ PLAY
Keywords:play, family, childhood, difficulties, love and care, human relations, feeling
The article discusses Neal Simon’s ‘Lost in Yonkers’ play, where the human emotions are basics. The story of this family will not leave anyone indifferent: it makes notice how the previously happened events may affect generations and vise verse, like how a person may relate the world affected by his family issues, troubles and the lack of love. The story is truly a touching one but Simon’s specific writing style results the reader not to feel the despair, despite every page is full of soft humor also a deep, moving and teaching ending is chosen as a culmination, where love, family values and the hope towards life, bright future wins and makes forget about the bitterness.
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Simon N․. (1993). Lost in Yonkers. First Plume Printing.
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