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Character Archetypes

Laura is a dynamic character. Her archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, she is the archetypal she is the underdog person. This can be seen, where the author writes: “[The back door is pushed weakly open and LAURA comes in. She is obviously quite faint, her lips trembling, her eyes wide and […]

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Plot Analysis

Recently, I read “Scene Seven.” The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams. I was perplexed or confused about this play. Because of Jim’s actions with Laura I believe that he could have mentioned his wedding from the beginning of the play. I was irresponsible.  The protagonist is Laura. Her story is set before the Civil War in the South side based […]

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Character Traits and Relationships

Amanda, one of the protagonists in “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams (1944), has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One of her traits is selfish. Two, she is a profit-seeking person.  Three, she is interested.  These traits influence her relationships with others. “ What is his salary? Have you any idea?” “AMANDA: Yes, how well I […]

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Tracking Characters

The third and four chapters of “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams (1944) might leave a reader with more details about the character interaction between each other. People can even feel angry because Amanda wants to make a choice for both of her children. Tom uses to discuss with Amanda for everything, Laura is quiet and never talks but she […]

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Questioning and Speculating

The first and second scenes from  “The Glass Menagerie,” by Tennessee Williams (1944) might leave a reader feeling doubts about the father of one of the characters that run away from his family; they only have a picture on the wall. “ This is our father who left us a long time ago. He was a telephone man who fell […]

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A Generation Without Limits

Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez, I am capturing, and shaking up about, your instagram video because, people in the government never used to motivate youth people to fight for their rights, for new things to come, to improve the society system that affects all of us economically, mentally and physically too.  One thing you said that stands out for me is: “Let […]

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Education Is The Key To The World

In our English class we decided to read three short stories. The first one is “Everyday Use” by the author “Alice Walker”. The short story is told in first person by “Mama”, an African-American woman living in the Deep South with one of her two daughters. The second story is “The Lesson”  by the writer “ Toni Cade Barbara” The […]

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Mom Obligation

I am a single Black women who raised my two daughters by hard work as a man on the field all day, breaking ice to get water for washing doing the best so Maggie and Dee can be proud of me. I wish to be recompensed for all the obstacles that I have overcome so my family can have enough […]

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