Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Comparing the Mothers in The Glass Menagerie and A Raisin in the Sun Es

Comparing the Mothers in The Glass Menagerie and A Raisin in the SunThe plays, The Glass Menagerie and A Raisin in the Sun, deal with the love, honor, and repute of family. In The Glass Menagerie, Amanda, the caring but overbearing and over preventive mother, wants to be taken care of, but in A Raisin in the Sun, Mama, as she is known, is the overseer of the family. The prospective of the plays identify that we have family members, like Amanda, as overprotective, or like Mama, as overseers. I am going to overstep a contrast of the mothers in the plays.In The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams, we guess on the task of seeing a family living in the pack WWII era. The mother is Amanda, living in her own world and wanting barely the best for her son, gobbler. Tom, a dreamer, tired of Amandas overbearing and constant following of him taking care of the family, wants to pursue his own goals of becoming a poet. He is constantly criticized and bombarded by his mother for being un successful. This drives him to drinking and lying roughly his whereabouts, and eventually at the end of the play, he ends up leaving. An example of Amanda and Toms quarrel I when he quotes, I havent enjoyed one bit of this dinner because of your constant directions on how to eat it. Its you that makes me rush through meals with your hawklike attention to every bit I take.(302) Laura, on the other hand, is shy and out of touch with reality because of a excellent disability, in which she is comfort...

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