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Judge Brack's irony and character

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At the end of the play, Judge Brack exclaims, "But good God! People don't do such things!" Describe the irony of his response and other moments in which this same bourgeois mandate is echoed throughout the play.

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As you explicate Judge Brack's irony and character, please note that he acts surprised when all along, he has been such a flirtatious and conspiring individual in the play. Since he was the one who facilitated the financing for George's home, he embodies the notion that money equals power. He, too, due to ...

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Judge Brack's irony and character are examined briefly.

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