With this background, there seems to be a strong advancement of the theme of mother and daughter as exemplified by various characters in the play.
“Thank God we can’t tell the future, we’d never get out of bed,” in the context of the Weston family, coming out of bed is associated with additional drawbacks. This is due to the fact that Violet Weston, the family matriarch, who considers her family almost related to ducks in an emotional shooting gallery, has papered over the windows of her home since the mothers and daughters are likely to exhibit unkind acts to each other. One may be tempted to suggest that irrespective of Weston’s voyaging directions, their family’s future has all along been predetermined by a disastrous future. Barbara offers consolation to her daughter that even with that there seems to be some hope of things to get better in the future, as she demonstrates less of tough affection and more of a supremacy play. (Letts)
Wintertime is an American play and theatre performance that depicts love and romance, accusation and cross-purposes within a play context. It is anchored on a comedy concerning a miracle affection within a family. The play intertwines the wisdom and the anguish of love, jealousy and delight. (Mee)
When compared to “August: Osage County,” in relation to the styles used in the play, The author sets his play in a realistic scenery of the family setting. The author largely places the setting of his play in a woodland vacation home. A gentle snow is seen falling outside the wall-length window. At the same time, the production of “August: Osage County” is well crafted. His choice of a family setting gives this play a realistic feel with every character adding to the unique image of a troubled living. The author to a considerable extent utilizes the repetition aspect a lot as the two love birds finds a perfect love.
Within amazement of thematic expressions, the two authors approach the