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Neil Simon's Use of Conflicting Personality Traits for Humor Essay

… ¶ … BAREFOOT IN THE PARK" -- CHARACTERICATION OF PAUL AND CORIE

Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" was published more than 50 years ago but remains a popular American comedy. One reason is the humorously contrasting personalities of the play's main characters, Paul and Corie. Corie is enthusiastic and impulsive while Paul is pragmatic, logical and level-headed. These personality characteristics become even more obvious when Corie and Paul are dealing directly with each other throughout the play.

One of the main sources of comedy in Neil Simon's "Barefoot in the Park" is the contrast between the personalities of the two main characters. Paul and Corie Bratter are young, married, very much in love but also nearly opposite in personality. Paul is pragmatic, logical and…. [read more]


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Winnicott's Relational Model Theory



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