Thursday, November 5, 2009

The Glass Menagerie

I've started to take a greater appreciation for plays recently. I originally found plays boring (take note that this was when I was a kid), but now I like them. Case in point, next thing I'm reviewing is Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie.

The lead of the play is Tom Wingfield, an aspiring writer who lives with his mother Amanda and sister Laura. Amanda is obsessed with finding a man for her daughter; Laura herself doesn't want to rush at the idea.

Having finished reading about a week ago, it's still fresh in my head. I liked this, but I didn't like it as much as A Streetcar Named Desire. But I thought it was good.

My Rating: ****

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