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New York the best city for walking around the parks and streets in beautiful sunny spring day Lots of buildings and houses in different neighbourhoods As you pass the main park and walk to the next street you end up in a neighbourhood with new coloured fire escape buildings That is where our story begins or for those who read the actual The Glass Menagerie book ends In one of those buildings you can hear loud arguing which is coming from one not ordinary family Jane the mother of two kids argues with his son Chris about the thing that is unusual to argue with son She forces him to finally find a girlfriend that he can live with Chris is usually one shy strange boy that does not really acts like real boys Boys in school jeer and make fun of him He does not have any friends and he does not go to the parties and other stuff like normal teenagers do His glass collection of different brands of cars impresses him and he watches it everyday like they are his kids that he needs to take care of Back to their arguing Jane gives up and decides to ask Jessica her daughter about getting Chris a new girlfriend Jessica is one of the most popular girls in school But she never listens to her mother and she just goes out at parties and disco clubs till four oclock in the mornings At that point what is more depressing is that she comes in all her clothes tattered and drunk Jessica talks about Christ with her mother and just as always she says that she will do everything to find a nice and good girlfriend for him Next day when her teenagers are at school Jane cleans up a house and makes a dinner for new expecting guest tonight Chris comes home first and already rushes to his room to lay on
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