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Free Study Guide-The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams-Book Notes
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STUDY QUESTIONS

1. Why is Amanda Wingfield the protagonist of The Glass Menagerie?

2. Compare and contrast Laura and Amanda.

3. Why does the play end in tragedy?


4. How do Laura and Tom's description of Jim O'Connor differ? Contrast him as he appears in Scene Six . and Seven to how he was in high school?

5. Explain Amanda Wingfield as a mother.

6. Explain why Laura is like the unicorn in the play.

7. In what ways is Tom Wingfield like his father?

8. Explain the significance of the play's title.

9. What is the major theme of the play and how is it developed?

10. How does Tennessee Williams use symbolism in the play to emphasize his Themes?

11. Explain both the traditional and innovative aspects of The Glass Menagerie.

12. Explain the relevance of the play to contemporary life.



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