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Williams makes extensive use of symbolism in his play, The Glass Menagerie. Explain how it amplifies the issues and concerns of the play.

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Williams makes extensive use of symbolism in his play, The Glass Menagerie. Explain how it amplifies the issues and concerns of the play.
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After an argument between Tom and Amanda about Tom not living up to her expectations she confronts Tom with the reality that he is “the only young man that [she] knows of who ignores the fact the future becomes the present, the present becomes the past, and the past turns into everlasting regret if you don’t plan for it.” This is Amanda’s dreams for her children, to fulfil the classic American Dream of success through hard work. To Amanda’s disgust both Laura and Tom don’t particularly want this dream, instead they try to escape it only to have reality strike them. These issues are portrayed through the use of symbolism. This is done throughout the play by adding meaning to objects such as glass and candles, in order for the audience to develop a deeper understanding of the fragile mentality of the characters and the illusory world in...
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