"The Glass Menagerie"
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There are two parts to this paper. The first is one page long and explores whether the play is reflective of and/or responsive to the changes in post WWII American society. The second part of the paper is two pages long and analyzes several particular refernces that are important to the theme and characterization of the story.
From the Paper:"1. Is the play reflective of and/or responsive to the changes in post WWII American society? "The Glass menagerie" in set in the late 1930s Southern USA. The Wingfield family, like many families that went through the Depression in the 1930s is a lower middle class family that lives in an apartment within a tenement in St. Luis. Williams describes it as a "building within dark, narrow alleys which run into murky canyons of tangled clotheslines, garbage cans, and the sinister latticework of neighbouring fire escapes" (21). The family has been impoverished by the Depression and by the fact that father has abandoned them. On many ways, the family situation is a..."
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