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by Tennessee Williams,Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom

The Glass Menagerie (Bloom's Guides (Hardcover)) download ebook
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0791092976
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978-0791092972
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Tennessee Williams,Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom
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Chelsea House Publications (December 1, 2006)
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Bloom's Guides provides comprehensive reading and study guides for some of the world's most important literary masterpieces

Bloom's Guides provides comprehensive reading and study guides for some of the world's most important literary masterpieces. Sampling key critical perspectives on each literary work, this series provides insightful information about the author and the book's characters, serving as an ideal starting point for further study. Critical excerpts provide a scholarly, concise overview of each work.

Bloom is a literary critic, and currently a Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University. Since the publication of his first book in 1959, Bloom has written more than 20 books of literary criticism, several books discussing religion, and one novel

Bloom is a literary critic, and currently a Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University. Since the publication of his first book in 1959, Bloom has written more than 20 books of literary criticism, several books discussing religion, and one novel. Books by Harold Bloom.

Bloom's Guides (Hardcover). Sterling Professor of the Humanities Harold Bloom. Free delivery worldwide. Thomas Lanier ""Tennessee"" Williams won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award in 1945 for his ""memory"" play, ""The Glass Menagerie""; it was his first success. His protagonist, Tom Wingfield, recalls events at his troubled home in St. Louis, where his suffocating mother, Amanda Wingfield, badgers him to locate a ""gentleman caller"" for his sister, Laura, a shy, lame girl who occupies herself with music and a collection of glass animals.

Sterling Professor of the Humanities Yale University.

The Mask of the Southern Belle in Tennessee Williamss A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, and Portrait of a Madonna 171 George Hovis Afterthought Harold Bloom 187 Chronology 189 Contributors 193 Bibliography 197 Acknowledgments 201 Index 203 vi Contents vii.

This updated Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations guide is an essential resource for those seeking to deepen their . Premiering in 1944 and winner of the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, The Glass Menagerie was Tennessee Williams's first popular success.

This updated Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations guide is an essential resource for those seeking to deepen their appreciation of this fascinating character study. The play introduced Williams's notion of plastic, or sculptural, drama, as he incorporated both sound and lighting into his stage directions in an attempt to heighten the audience's emotional experience. This updated Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations guide is an essential resource for those seeking to deepen their appreciation of this fascinating character study.

The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on its author, his histrionic mother, and his. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on its author, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister Laura. In writing the play, Williams drew on an earlier short story, as well as a screenplay he had written under the title of The Gentleman Caller.

Tom Wingfield recalls events at his troubled home in St Louis, where his suffocating mother, Amanda Wingfield, badgers him to locate a gentleman caller for his sister, Laura, a shy, lame girl who occupies herself with music and a collection of glass animals. Featuring extracts and bibliography, this work is useful for advanced students.