Introduction to The Sea by Edward Bond

The Sea, written in the background of social alienation of individuals and its impacts on social fabric of any nation, the play depicts a town of backward people that do not grow; they have several personal, psychological as well as political intricacies which keep them tied with the traditional status quo of class domination in typical manner. The people do not change despite the yearning even of the lady sitting at the helm of affairs in that town of madness. Mrs. Rafi does desire them to change; however, she would not loosen their knots to let them free because to her they are like little kids who do not understand the level of harm they may do to themselves.


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