1 of 5
The playwrights characterize religious fundamentalism as serving ___.

2 of 5
What historical process(es) informed the play’s thematic conflict between rural conservatism and urban progressivism?

3 of 5
What important thematic conflict is manifested in Bertram Cates’s decision to stand up for his beliefs?

4 of 5
What motif helps frame the “fundamentalism vs. freedom of thought” theme in the more personal terms of individual relationships?

5 of 5
What symbol represents the rapid technological advancement of early twentieth-century America?