How is the play unrealistic?


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Though the play may have been meant to be realistic, it does entertain a certain unrealistic quality in following the guidelines prescribed by Aristotle. It does aide the reader and the viewer in following and understanding the play, however having the one action take place in one place and having a resolution within twenty-four hours is a bit unrealistic. The actions of the characters move fast, and move in harmony with each other, though it may not seem so.