Symbols in Glass Menageria by Tennesse Williams
In the play, The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, the author makes sure to use a lot of symbols and images to depict different ideas or views. I'm going to talk about the one which I think is the most important and unique one in the play. This is the symbol of the unicorn that looses its horn near the end of the play.
<Tab/>The only glass unicorn that Laura Wingfield owns, resides among the other glass horses. All of them are similar but the unicorn stands out in his own special way. This unicorn, in my thinking, represents Laura and her relationship with the other peop…
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