"The Glass Menagerie" by Tennesse Williams; essay on symbols in setting.
"The Glass Menagerie", by Tennessee Williams, is a play that has captured the hearts of Americans for numerous generations. The simple hopefulness of its characters is shown through the obvious but intricate use of symbols. Williams, just like his narrator,Tom, is a poet with a "weakness for symbols". Four main elements of setting are used as symbols in this play; the fire escape, the glass unicorn, the photograph of Mr. Wingfield, and the warehouse were Tom works.
The fire escape is a means of escape and retreating for different characters. The play shows throughout Tom's frustrating…
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