Away, (TITLE UNDERLINED OR IN ITALICS) written by Michael Gow (COMMA) is an Australian play set in the summer of 1967-68. (EITHER SUMMER OF ONE YEAR OR SUMMERS.) In the play, three unique (COMMA) yet in a sense stereotypical families (COMMA) experience their internal change by going through their physical and mental journey. Among these insecure families, Gow depicts Gwen and Coral as characters who undergo incredible transformation while they are away. (NEED TO DESCRIBE WHO GWEN AND CORAL ARE. PARENTS? CHILDREN?) This change is the result of getting out of their daily routine and embracing the healing power of nature.
Before being away, Gwen is illustrated as a stubborn woman (COMMA) who seems to be a judgemental and insecure person. She is pedantic and insecure about her life (COMMA) and she often loses her temper which causes series of dissensions. In Act Three, Scene Two, her uncontrollable rage is shown towards her daughter when she shouts (COLON)
(QUOTE) You're developing a nasty streak. A very nasty, cruel streak. You know what you are becoming? Snide. A nasty, snide girl. No one likes a snide girl, always arguing, always throwing a tantrum, getting your own way, answering back, correcting people, criticising, complaining, no one likes that sort of girl. (UNQUOTE) (3.2) (NOT NEEDED IF YOU INDICATED IT ABOVE.)
Moreover, her (WHICH HER?) inadequate behaviours towards people living in "A sad, dirty life" (1.2) reveals her ignorant and pretentious personality. Because of her past experience when she was young, her true identity is hidden under her rudeness and anger. Gwen is portrayed as an outburst and snobbish character, until the storm they meet later in the play.(PUNCTUATION MAKES SENTENCE UNCLEAR.)
Gwen goes through her dramatic change (WHAT CHANGE?) after the storm by experiencing the healing power of her surroundings and understanding her change of roles. Vic's mournful news about Tom having leukemia was a critical catalyst (WHO ARE THESE CHARACTERS?)(COMMA) which caused Gwen to realize what is more important to her and helped her to stabilize her mind. Her new overwhelming emotions can be seen when Gwen says, "If you want to ask me what I think or how I feel (COMMA) I couldn't say." (4.2) She accepts and regrets of (DELETE "OF") her doings in the past and apologizes to her husband. This is essential (COMMA) because she was always on top of her family, but now she realizes her mistake and asks for forgiveness. Most importantly, she apprehends ("UNDERSTANDS"?) how valuable her family is to her, compared to her pursuit of materials. Rather than taking bex (SP?) powder, she "encourages" her husband (COMMA) "No. Let's walk. Come on, down to the water. The water's so warm." (4.2) This demonstrates her change of her mind to be more calm and wholesome. These incredible transformations in her personalities (SINGULAR) and values were all because of her being away and experiencing the internal purification. (UNCLEAR. HOW DID THIS HAPPEN?)
Similar to Gwen, Coral is depicted as a withdrawn person who suffers from loses of her son. She seems to be locked inside an unseen world where she has to hide her true identity. While Coral was at Gold Coast with her husband Roy, she frightens other by talking to them in a weird king (TERMS UNCLEAR) of manner: (QUOTE TO FOLLOW?)
First of all, you need to learn how to type quote marks and apostrophes. Use the key just to left of the <return/enter> key, with <shift> key for the quote marks.
Second, you need to use commas correctly. (See <http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/g_comma.html >.)
Third, you have no good introduction or conclusion.
Consider you audience when writing. What can you assume that they know? We have no knowledge of who the characters are. Does the person who will read this paper know?
Also make your referents clear. Talking about "she" after discussing two women does not make it clear which one you are discussing.
Before you submit you paper, you need to proofread it for yourself. In the future, if nobody is available to proofread your work, you can do this yourself. After writing your material, put it aside for a day — at least several hours. (This breaks mental sets you might have that keep you from noticing problems.) Then read it aloud as if you were reading someone else's work. (Reading aloud slows down your reading, so you are less likely to skip over problems.)
If your reading goes smoothly, that is fine. However, wherever you "stumble" in your reading, other persons are likely to have a problem in reading your material. Those "stumbles" indicate areas that need revising.
Once you have made your revisions, repeat the process above. Good papers often require many drafts.
I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
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