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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Named Person: Tennessee Williams; Tennessee Williams; Tennessee Williams
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Valerie Jaffee; Jesse Lichtenstein; Tennessee Williams
ISBN: 1586634356 9781586634353
OCLC Number: 53451943
Description: vi, 57 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Context. The Glass menagerie in performance --
Plot overview --
Character list --
Analysis of major characters. Tom Wingfield ; Amanda Wingfield ; Laura Wingfield --
Themes, motifs & symbols. The difficulty of accepting reality ; The impossibility of true escape ; The unrelenting power of memory ; Abandonment ; The worlds and images on the screen --
Music ; Laura's glass menagerie ; The glass unicorn ; "Blue roses" ; The fire escape --
Summary & analysis --
Important quotations explained --
Key facts --
Study questions & essay topics --
Review & resources.
Series Title: SparkNotes.
Other Titles: Glass menagerie by Tennessee Williams
Responsibility: [writers, Valerie Jaffee, Jesse Lichtenstein].

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by mehak (WorldCat user on 2007-01-14)

explain why you think williams called this play "The Glass Menagerie.'?

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