- 2005 Drama Desk Award for Best Revival of a Play
- 2005 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play
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The Question and Answer section for 12 Angry Men is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
9th Juror is an old man. He respects 8th Juror's passion and sense of justice and quickly comes to his aid and becomes and advocate for the defendant. 9th Juror admits to having changed his vote because he’d like to hear the arguments out.
I take it this has nothing to do with 12 angry men. This is a pretty detailed question for this short forum space. Generally, the Romantic Movement of poetry focused on the return to the individual as much as the political revolutions of the time....
Juror Eight questions the woman's eyesight based upon the fact she did not have her glasses on in court and obviously (based upon the mark on her nose) wore glasses. If the woman witnessed the murder without her glasses on, her testimony could be...