Analysis Of The Play The Piano Lesson By August Wilson
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Is it worth more than it’s cost?
In the play The Piano Lesson by August Wilson there is an ongoing family feud between the two main characters Bernice and her brother Boy Willie. In order for Boy willie to get his land he needs some extra cash. However in order for Boy Willie to get the extra cash to buy his land he has to sell his family's grand piano. In Boy willies view point of the piano it is just a regular old piano to sell for quick cash, but to Bernice it is a priceless family heirloom that was passed down from generation to generation. Will the selling of the piano continue to create strife between these two siblings? Is it worth more than it’s cost?
Bernice’s viewpoint of the piano is that of some great family heirloom that Willie