Mother’s Day

What socials message does the play ‘Mother’s Day’ convey? How relevant is it in the present day context?

The play ‘Mother’s Day’ raises a serious issue. The treatment is humorous. Mother plays a lot of roles and performs all the duties with patience. Her excessive love, and concern should be respected by the members of family. She should not be taken for granted as she is the backbone of the family. Women face …

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What is the main idea of the play ‘Mother’s Day’? Has it been brought out effectively by the writer. Discuss.

The theme of the play is the status of women in their own household. The housewife serves the members of her family with complete devotion, sincerity and love. However, she is never given the regard, attention or thanks due to her. Her leniency and eagerness to please everyone reduces her to the rank of unpaid …

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How does Mrs. Pearson behave towards her husband after she changes her personality with that of Mrs. Fitzgerald?

When George enters the room, he is astonished to see her sipping stout as he has never seen her doing it before. He informs her that he doesn’t want any tea as he would have supper at the club. His wife tells him impudently that there is no tea ready. He is annoyed to know …

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Throw light on Mrs. Fitzgerald’s efforts to reform Mr. Pearson’s family.

Mrs. Pearson does not have the courage to stand up for her rights. Therefore, Mrs. Fitzgerald suggests a novel approach– exchange of personalities. Now, as Mrs. Pearson, with the personality of Mrs. Fitzgerald, she puts the plan of formation in action. She smokes, drinks and plays cards. All this is unusual for the family. She …

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The play ‘Mother’s Day’ is a humorous and satirical depiction of the status of the woman in a family. Bring out briefly the elements of humour and satire.

The play ‘Mother’s Day’ is a humorous and satirical depiction of the status of the woman in a family is shown in its serious theme treated in a light-hearted manner. The humour in the play springs from an unusual situation where the personalities of two ladies exchange bodies. Their subsequent behaviour, which is in total …

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