Read the passage below and answer the question. so—people a thousand years from now—this is the way we were in the provinces north of new york at the beginning of the twentieth century.—this is the way we were: in our growing up and in our marrying and in our living and in our dying. what inferences, or conclusions, can be drawn regarding this statement? wilder would like to write a play set in new york in the distant future. wilder is uninterested in the lives of the people living in grover’s corners. wilder wants more people to marry young. wilder values the beauty and simplicity of daily life.
The answer is: Wilder values the beauty and simplicity of daily life.
In the passage from "Our Town," by Thornton Wilder, the Stage Manager wishes to put a copy of "Our Town" with other famous books in a time machine. Therefore, future generations will be able to see how people experienced traditional ceremonies of simple lives during the early twentieth century: birth, marriage, parenthood and death.
The Correct answer is: Wilder values the beauty and simplicity of daily life.
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D). Wilder values the beauty and simplicity of daily life.