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A Mother’s Expectations for Her Son and Daughter

Recently, I read ”The Glass Menagerie”, by Tennessee Williams. I surprised, by this play. In the beginning, I thought that Amanda does not have a good personality. She wants to control her son and daughter. After I see that she is concerned about her only son and daughter. She wants them to have a better life and a good future. Also, Tom seems at the […]

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Identity of Tom

Tom is a dynamic character. Tom archetype changes over the course of the Play. At the beginning of the play, he is the archetypal beginning of the play he seemed very busy and hard-working person, who takes of his family and pay the rent. After it shows his personality and what he has inside of his mind. This can be seen on page 170, […]

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Optimistic Amanda

Amanda, the protagonist in “The Glass Menagerie”, has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One, she is optimistic. Two, she is concerned. Three, she is conscious. These traits influence her relationships with others. “: No, I don’t have secrets. I’ll tell you what I wished for on the moon. Success and happiness for my precious children! I wish for that whenever there’s a moon, […]

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Amanda’s Thought About Tom and Laura

In scene three and four is about, Amanda screams at Tom that he can’t stay out late at night and still do a good day’s work. Tom reminds her how much he hates his job at the warehouse. When Amanda accuses Tom of doing something he is ashamed of every night and accuses him of lying about going every night to the […]

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Is Laura Hiding the Truth?

As I understand it, this play is about The events of the play are framed by the memory of narrator Tom, who plays a character in the play. He usually smokes and stands on the fire escape. Tom is the only person who works in their family and pays all the bills. Tom, his mother Amanda, and his sister Laura. Amanda wants her son […]

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“Children are our future”

Dear Representative Ocasio-Cortez, I am fixated on your Instagram video and I really appreciate your candor description of our generation. The later generation always brags about how tough and strong they were, but they fail to realize that our generation has unprecedented responsibilities that no generation has ever encountered because we live in a very steadily progressive world. One thing you […]

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Three Life Lesson

I’m going to compare and contrast three stories we chose to study in my English class. “Everyday Use,” by Alice Walker (1973), “The Lesson,” by Toni Cade Bambara (1972), and “How to Date a Browngirl, Blackgirl, Whitegirl, or Hafie,” by Junot Diaz (1995) The connection between the stories is education because all the stories are talking about education from different point of […]

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Mama and Maggie’s struggles

Once upon a time, a beautiful child was born. All of the family members were waiting for this moment for a very long time. After waiting for two=a=half hours, they all heard a child crying and finally the delightful moment come true. Mom and other family members were crying with smiley faces. They were hugging each other and sharing happiness. Mom was holding the baby […]

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