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What part do the 'jurors voting' episodes play in Twelve Angry Men?



A. They are significant stages in the shift of power.
B. They are significant points in the evolution of the plot.
C. They symbolize the impact of jurors arguments against one another.
D. They determine the level of hostility evident in the play.

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Asked by Moabjeff, Last updated: Jun 29, 2020

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f.Brian

F.Brian

Answered Jan 29, 2018

Twelve Angry Men is a drama that was written by Reginald Rose and is about the jury proceeding over a homicide trial. It was first broadcast as a television play in 1954 burt the following year it was adapted for the stage and a couple of years after that it was made into a quite successful film.

Over the years it has been redone in numerous ways as it is highly popular. The juror’s voting episodes in the play serve as significant points in the evolution of the plot. The play shows how one person going against the crowd can make a big difference in the outcome of things.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Oct 26, 2016

They are significant points in the evolution of the plot.
 

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