Questions for Langford Wilson's Lemon Sky
1. The structure that Langford Wilson chose for
Although this ca be seen form his interaction with his new family, it is more clearly outlined by the wiser Alan of the 1970s. The older Alan was there every step of the way narrating the piece, describing how he felt, what things were really like, and what he would have done or said differently. He also pointed out things that may have seemed minor to the audience but factored into the plot largely later on. An example of this is when Penny is introduced. He describes her as "great" but "sort of a dope." This makes her seem forgettable, an almost unimportant character. But then Alan mentions that she will factor in importantly later on. He does this so that we don't just dismiss Penny and also to be prepared for a climatic moment...