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Many people try to live in a world of illusion but find out when they go back to reality they are lost and hopeless In the screenplay The Glass Menagerie written by Tennessee Williams the characters often go from their dreams and illusions back to reality when they please The characters of The Glass Menagerie live in a world or illusion until an event happens that sends them tumbling back to reality Amanda Wingfield never does anything her whole entire day and often relates back to her perfect childhood Laura Wingfield plays with little glass figures most of the day and pretends she goes to Business College but actually goes to the zoo Tom Wingfield works all day and makes the family sole amount of money and goes out at night to the movies and bars One of the characters who is the most known for shutting out reality when she pleases is Amanda Wingfield She mainly lives in a world of illusion shutting our reality when she feels like it When she gets into a tough time in reality she runs and hides into her world of illusion She thinks back to her childhood where at one point she had as many as seventeen gentlemen callers Amanda is forced at some points to face reality One point of reality that she cannot ignore is that she cannot ignore the position of Laura I know so well what becomes of unmarried women who arent prepared to occupy a position Amanda also hides in illusion and does not face reality about Laura and her defects Amanda claims they are only minor Laura Wingfield also shuts herself out form reality during the course of the play and goes into her own world of illusion Laura lives in a world of records and polishes and shines her glass menagerie all day She is a very weak hearted person and what makes her even more so that way is
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