- Così contends that some things are more important than politics.
- In Così, the ‘insane’ characters are quite normal.
- The line between reality and illusion is often blurred.
- Ironically, it is through the ‘madmen’ that Lewis learns what is truly important.
- Nick and Lucy’s ‘modern’ value of free love is depicted to be a backwards belief. Discuss.
- In the face of betrayal, Lewis discovers loyalty.
- ‘They are normal people who have done extraordinary things, thought extraordinary thoughts.’ Così depicts the ‘insane’ characters as heroes. Discuss.
- Mozart wrote, ‘women are like that’ due to their infidelity. Do the characters in Così confirm this belief?
- Beneath the humour in Così is a brutal depiction of society’s treatment of the mentally ill.
- In Così, all characters are forced to face reality.
- In Così, Lewis plays more roles than just a director of the group.
- It is not only Lewis who learns in Così, but other characters as well.
- Così demonstrates that illusion is a safer place than reality.
- ‘Love is an emotional indulgence for the privileged few.’ Does Così warrant Lucy’s beliefs?
- ‘It’s about important things – like love and fidelity.’ How does Lewis learn to distinguish what is important and what is not?
- While the characters in Così work as a group, Così calls attention to their isolation. Discuss.
- The Australian involvement with the Vietnam War only highlights the importance of love and friendship.
- Così is not a play about patients; it is a play about people.
- It is through their performances in Così Fan Tutte that the characters discover themselves.
- Così demonstrates there is darkness in both reality and fantasy.
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