Grover's Corners is a small town in New Hampshire that shares many characteristics with Lewistown. Not only does it share characteristics of a physical nature, the people of these towns also share attitudes and philosophies towards living and dying. Some of the physical features these towns share are many churches, small town businesses, and the cemeteries of these towns share many characteristics. The towns also share attitudes and philosophies like caring for their families, education is important, and young people get married too young.
The town in the play "Our Town", Grover's Corners, shares many physical characteristics with Lewistown. One of the physical features these towns share, are the many churches. In act I of the play "Our Town", the stage manager says, "Over there is the Congregational Church; across the street's the Presbyterian. Methodist and Unitarian are over there. Baptist is down in the holla' by the river. Catholic Church is over beyond the tracks." This shows that in Grover's Corners religion was probably very important to the people. In Lewistown, there are many churches like the Assembly of God, there is many Methodist Churches, and there is quite a few Catholic Churches. Like in Grover's Corners religion is fairly important to the people of Lewistown. The many churches in both Lewistown and Grover's Corners illustrates that religion is important to the people of these towns. Another physical characteristic these towns share is the small businesses of the towns. In the play "Our Town", Grover's Corners has small businesses like Doc Gibbs' Medical Practice and Mr. Morgan's Drugstore. These small businesses are very important to Grover's Corners. Especially Doc Gibbs' Medical Practice because he is the only doctor in that town. Lewistown also has its share of small businesses like the hardware store, Jo Ann Fabrics, and Parkway. These businesses are very important to the people of Lewistown like Jo Ann Fabrics. Jo Ann Fabrics provides...
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