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Plot and Resolution

Recently, I read The Glass Managers, by Tennessee William. I appreciated the fact that I read the play. I was surprised by how the play ended. More specifically the last scene in the play because it shows me that someone may be reserved but if there are comfortable they can be open too.  Laura finally finds someone she likes. 2The protagonist is Laura. Her […]

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Character Archetypes changes

Tom is a dynamic character. His archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, he is archetypal of the coward. This can be seen on page < 159>, where the author writes: “ TOM: I’ m planning to change. [He loans over the rail speaking with quiet exhilaration. The incandescent marquees and signs of the first-run movie houses light […]

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Amanda’s Character

Amanda, the protagonist in “The Glass Menagerie”, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. One, she is bossy. Two, she is ambitious. Three, she is demanding. These traits influence his relationships with others. “TOM: If you’re going to make such a fuss, I’ll call it off, I’ll tell him not to come!AMANDA: Sounds to me like a fairly responsible job, the sort […]

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Amanda’s Character

Amanda, the protagonist in “The Glass Menagerie”, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. One, she is bossy. Two, she is ambitious. Three, she is demanding. These traits influence his relationships with others. “TOM: If you’re going to make such a fuss, I’ll call it off, I’ll tell him not to come!AMANDA: Sounds to me like a fairly responsible job, the sort […]

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The Characters In the Glass Menagerie

In our English class, we are reading the play and we decided to write about the characters. The main characters in the play are Tom, Amanda, and Laura. Which is Amanda is the Mother’s of Laura. The third and fourth sections of The Glass Menagerie. By Tennessee Williams might leave a reader feeling confused at the beginning because in lines between seven and eight. […]

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Question And Speculation

“The Glass Menagerie” emphasizes the value of family, but Tom and Laura do not have a good relationship with their mother. The mother wants to force her each of her kids to be someone they do not want to be. The first and the second sections of “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams might leave a reader feeling captive because the […]

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Motivating Youth Activists To Advocate For Their Future

I am impressed by your Instagram video where you call this generation of youth badass because you are truly right. This new generation is very strong. They accept everyone no matter their race, culture, religion or sexual orientation. One thing you said that stands out for me is: “The new generation is a badass.” I think this is thoughtful because they never give up. I […]

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The Makeup of One Beautiful Composition

Since I started remember society is not fair even though they make us believed it.I think is important to know what happen in our society how people are treated differently. The main idea of the three stories Everyday Use, The Lesson and How To Dates ...would make a good set for further study because they have many similarities. But the main idea […]

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Sisterhood

Sisterhood is not always the cheerful moment. Having a lighter skin and education especially for girls in 1920’s in black community does not help. It will be confusing that you will not know where you belong, white or black. My sister Maggie after she was burned in our old house she has never been the same. She start to blame everyone. That does not mean […]

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