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The Glass Menagerie ~ Plot Analysis

Recently, I read The Glass Menagerie, by Tenessee Williams. I disgusted this play. It was because I was such engaged with how Jim and Laura were relating too each almost to the point in which I thought that they were going to have a relationship and that Laura’s dreams to consider Jim her boyfriend were going to be true, however none of […]

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The Glass Menagerie ~ Character Archetypes

Tom is a dynamic character. His archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the story, he is the archetypal black sheep. This can be seen on page #1, where the author writes: “ I haven’t enjoyed one bite of this dinner because of your constant directions on how to eat it. It’s you that makes me rush through meals […]

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The Glass Menagerie ~ Character traits

Tom, the protagonist in the Glass Menagerie, has a few traits that influence his relationships with others. He is efficient and determined. These traits influence his relationships with others. For instance, in Scene five, Toms shows being determined about helping his mother “One little warning. He doesn’t know about Laura. I didn’t let on that we had dark ulterior motives. I just said, why don’t […]

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Tracking Characters ~ The Glass Menagerie

After the mother continues having the objective to provide a gentleman caller for her daughter Laura, Amanda makes the impossible to become that supposed dream play true. She eventually argues with her son Tom making him pursue this goal as his responsibility, TOM attempts to confess the preoccupation of the mother to accomplish this passionated moment to her needs. Does Tom consider […]

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The Glass Menagerie – Questioning and Speculating

The play “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams narrates the life of an in and out scene character, called Tom, who allussionates living in a family with different interests to his. His mother Amanda and his sister Laura eventually attempt to help him in the most convenient way prior to each role in the family. His mother Amanda is scared because she […]

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Stepping up to change our lives and our generations

Dear Ocasio-Cortez, I am very thoughtful about the video you uploaded on Instagram about the young generation being badass. It is great to see you argue that teenagers are brave when they advocate for change. It is necessary to have this piece of information pendant in society to highlight he valenty that teenagers show in advocating themselves to government.  One thing you […]

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Learning for Life

Education is what formalizes humans, what is hard, is to remain being educated and listen to others.  In the three short stories, “Everyday Use” by Alice Walker, “The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara and “How to Date a Brown, Black Girl or Halfie” by Junot Diaz; the characters demonstrate to posses education at certain point in their lives, they feel […]

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“Young sister cries telling her Family experience after her hands were Burned.”

I don’t have the blame to pass throughout that fire. I honestly feel ashamed in the way that I make my mother remember the past of that burned house when I was younger. I am very conscious that my mother has not been happy in seeing me with my mounster hands. I’m always silently waiting for someone to ask her if […]

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