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I would add something fun such as You Can’t Take it With You by George Kaufman. It is truly laugh out loud funny, and yet ties into common themes such as the importance of family and the importance of dreams.
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I like the suggestions you’ve gotten already, but you seem to be missing some more modern American stuff. How about these:
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amy-lepore | High School Teacher | (Level 6) Educator Emeritus
Sophocles, especially Lysistrata is always a big hit with my high school students. It is especially good because you can read the play, then show the students “The Lysistrata Project” which uses the ancient play in a relevant way. It is a good example of timelessness in literature, and the effectiveness of drama.