The Vagina Monologuess Analysis

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Plan of Investigation Who is Eve Ensler? How did she tell the truth? How has her truth made an impact on our society? How is that impact felt today? There is a tremendous amount of information online about her work and the truth she has told to the public media over the years. I plan to research these questions by reading articles, watching videos on sites such as, and watching Eve Ensler’s TED talks to gather information about her. I also plan to read her play and possibly watch the TV movie called The Vagina Monologues to gather further knowledge on Eve Ensler’s efforts.
Summary of Evidence Eve Ensler is an American playwright, performer, feminist, and activist, best known for her play The Vagina Monologues. (Wikipedia). This
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This article as written by a reporter by the name of Charles Isherwood. He lets us in on just how much of an impact The Vagina Monologues has brought forth to the American culture. This play was about a very taboo subject. Eve Ensler obliterated the black mark on the word “vagina”. Her play talked about issues that a majority of women have everywhere in the world. Nobody wants to talk about these issues for many different miscellaneous reasons. Whether it’s the fact that they’re embarrassed, or they don’t want to seem weak. It’s different for every woman. The article also talks about her “V-Day” movement as well. In addition to her play being produced in over 90 countries and being translated into 45 different languages. This article however, has weak spots. It doesn’t talk enough about the whole impact that not only her play has, but politically backed plays in general has on the American …show more content…
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