Glass Menagerie/Streetcar Named Desire similarities
Who would have thought that someone who wrote a play as irksome and uneventful as The Glass Menagerie, could also write something as interesting as A Streetcar Named Desire. However, both are written extremely well by Tennessee Williams. Despite the differences, there are many similarities in themes and patterns. Once each play is picked apart and analyzed, it is very obvious that they are both written by the same author.
<Tab/>A major theme in both plays in the dependence on men. Throughout The Glass Menagerie, references are made to Tom and Laura's father, who deserted the…
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