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He introduces the audience to the theme of being unsatisfied. The author develops this theme through the use of symbolism where he talks about sports. He clearly shows how Troy does not appreciate his achievements. The use of symbolism to elaborate on various themes has been tremendously effective in the play (Wilson 34).
August Wilson created the play fences in the year 1965 as one of his dramas for the 20th century investigation of the evolution of black people. The author has sufficiently made use of symbolism to tell the life of Troy and his family. Fences by August Wilson are a play that revolves around building a fence in their backyard. It also concerns a metaphorical fence. Troy Maxson who acts as the protagonist of Fences is displaying a strong and hard character. Troy has lived his life in America where being a black; one had to face various pressures that would even crush one’s body and soul. In the beginning on the play, there is the use of foreshadowing and conflict that one can attribute to his belief that he has failed in life. This also explains that the world did not give him what he deserved (Anderson 34).
Troy believes that he has to go outside to seek refuge. He uses the introduction of the drama to reinforce the plight of African American as a method of preparing the audience. This enables the audience to view the drama based on economic and social conditions of the African American in the 1950s. The natives look upon these people as inferior people and rank them low as immigrants who come to America to find a better life. Many of the African American had migrated to the North which instead of welcoming them, pushed them aside. It is this life that Wilson intends the audience to comprehend through this play (Shanon 17).
He makes a clear introduction of the fence to act as a symbol on various levels, which comprise of, both individual and societal
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