... the bleak harshness of the Naturalistic society that Wright presents the ... his alone. Both the white and the black communities have robbed ... the faceless mass of the buildings and the mute body of the ... later hides himself amidst the catacombs of the old buildings, many ... alternately marvelling and hating the compromises of those within. ... empathy or sympathy, without the deep, steadying love of ... violence is as much the crime of the people around him, ... Word Count: 857 | Page Count: 3
... its characters breaking away from the social standards of their ... than Nora.
During the time in which the play took place ... sure everything was perfect around the house. Work, politics, and ... faults of society. In the first secession Ibsen illustrates that ... despite Nora doing the right thing it is ... herself and the eventual deterioration of the marriage. Throughout the play Nora ... is looked upon as the provider and the decision maker. Society ... Word Count: 560 | Page Count: 3
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Laura’s glass menagerie symbolizes many different things. The main thing that it ... world. In Laura’s world of theglass menagerie everybody is equal and ... . Another thing that theglassmenag
In the story TheGlass Menagerie, the unicorn losing its horn ... is a symbol. The unicorn ... little world inside the apartment. Her glass collection is the most important thing ... Word Count: 404 | Page Count: 2
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First of all, I liked the way that TheGlass Menagerie was
not ... people with
disabilities today - the same as everyone else. I ... Laura\'s character over the course of the
plot. At first ... trustful of
people. By the end of the play, she had ... her glass menagerie, her
most prized possession. I think that the stage ... helped me to understand the plot and
the characters motives and actions ... had always thought that
in the thirties and forties, being ... Word Count: 520 | Page Count: 3