The glass manegerie
horses that don? All three characters were different until Jim came into their lives. S heart through physical attraction, Amanda states:?One thing your father had plenty of? This is shown when Tom says:?The last we heard of him was a picture postcard from Mazatlan, on the Pacific little Orphan Annie by Harold Gray coast of Mexico, containing a message of two words??Hello? Just like the picture.
S mother, Amanda, is quite controlling and confused. Laura never returned to school, and once again her fragile emotions got the best of her. This is very apparent while she talks to Jim:?Yes it was hard for me, getting upstairs. She has shed some of her shyness by opening up to Jim. Tom serves as the narrator and protagonist. I never heard any clumping. S complexity and uniqueness, the picture.
Unicorn symbolizes the character? S fear is exposed when she ridicules Laura of how she will stay home and amuse herself with the glass menagerie and eternally play the worn-out phonograph records for the rest of her life. Her reason was that?it frightened her so bad it made her sick in the stomach? Jim walked into the picture looking like everyone? Jim acts as a guardian angel for the family, letting them all know there is still hope in fulfilling their dreams. The coffin, the second aspect, symbolizes the lifestyle from which Tom is striving to escape. S modern play, The Glass Managerie, contains well- developed forms of symbolism. Her husband left when the children were very young. The Victrola gives her pleasant thoughts of her father. A lack of confidence in yourself as a person.
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