Images elicit certain emotions within individuals though it is skewered through their interpretation of distinctively visuals. This is a notion greatly emphasised within the play “The Shoe Horn Sonata” composed by John Misto in order to bring forth concepts of truth and the atrocities of war. Misto does this through his manipulation of techniques to put focus on the experiences suffered by women during the periods of war to give us a better understanding of the event. Comparably the composer Kenneth Slessor shares similar themes within Beach Burial although Slessor voices his themes in a visual manner. The concept of truth has a great importance in the play as it helps cleanses a traumatic experience Bridie and Sheila both share….