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Amanda VS The Others

Amanda, the protagonist in The Glass Menagerie, has a few traits that influence her relationships with others. One, she is selfish. Two, she is careless. Three, she is demanding. These traits influence her relationships with others. “he only way to find out about those things is to make discreet inquiries at the proper moment. When I was a girl in Blue Mountain and […]

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Laura’s Character

Laura is a dynamic character. Her archetype changes over the course of the play. At the beginning of the play, she is the archetypal saint. This can be seen in scene 1, where the author writes that Laura was not a type of girl who will be as her mother. Wanting some callers to come around you, Laura did not want that. For example in […]

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What a Mother wants for her Kids?

To begin with, writing has been something that has inspired me since I was a kid. I just like to express my feelings not with people but with my journal. When I was around 14-15, I always wanted to write books. I was so inspired with African books that I read in my country. When I am reading or learning the history of my […]

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A Misunderstanding Between Mother and Son

I watched a play called “ West Side Story”, it was a really great play. It was about two different communities. One was a group of Black and White American. The other one was a group of Spanish guys who immigrated to the USA. These two two groups never get alone, they always fight. They like to sing and dance, most of their battles start […]

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Conflicts VS Resolution

I recently read a play call, “The Glass Menagerie”, by Tennessee William. I relished and obsessed about this play. This play is something that makes people understand the meaning of being a family. It shows how a family changes their mood and personality so fast. At a one pint they fight and other point they reunited and be together. can be at a certain […]

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What The World Will Be Without Youth?

I am absorbed by your Instagram video where you said that the current generation is badass. It is rare to see an adult stand up to defend what the youth in the past and today can actually do. As for me, I think that these young people are working together to make this world a better place. They are just correcting the mistakes […]

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What A Good Writer Should Do?

One of the main reasons why, the three stories “ The Lesson”, “ How to date,” and “ Everyday Use” are an inspiration, is that they are teaching people lessons depending on how they will see it. “ The Lesson” by Toni Cade Bambara was about an old lady that her neighborhood are calling her at any manes. She is very experienced, […]

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Success isn’t important but attitude is

From my perspective, Dee’s family are people who make fun of other people’s name. I love Dee, I want to be with her, I want her to be my mother of my kids. I remember one day when I went to visit her family for a diner. The house was too small, the windows were open and the wind was floating all over […]

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