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Just imagine yourself in the army You are in the training of boot camp and you always have a drill sergeant telling you what to do when to do it and how to do it No matter what you do they always have something to complain to you about The sergeants never let you do what you want to do either So you feel like you have to get away Away from the complaining and the ownership This is what Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie feels like everyday living with his mother Amanda Wingfield and his sister Laura Wingfield And getting away from all the problems will be Toms main objective Tom Wingfield is a regular man that has a job at a warehouse called The Continental Shoemakers664 Tom works at the warehouse to support his mother and sister by paying the rent and other bills But Tom hates working at the warehouse He has a passion for adventure For example almost every night Tom goes to the movies He just has a huge imagination Tom wants to go see the world go have fun and live on his own without nagging being directed towards him everyday Tom just wants to take a chance in life and see if he can be successful in something he enjoys doing Tom is a responsible man He works at the warehouse to make sure that all the bills are paid for Tom financially supports everyone in the house by his own So basically Tom takes over his fathers footsteps in the apartment This happened because Toms dad left all three of them Tom says the last we heard of him was a picture postcard from Mazatlan on the Pacific coast of Mexico containing a message of two words Hello-Goodbye and no address656 So Tom had to start being responsible at an early age because of his father In my experience I was in a similar situation and
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