The Glass Menagerie Further Resources

The Glass Menagerie Further Resources

Table of Contents
Summary Part 2
Summary Part 3
Summary Part 4
Literary Analysis
Further Resources

Web Resources

This is a great collection of scholarly and in-depth analysis about the works of Tennessee Williams and includes several articles about The Glass Menagerie in addition to other plays.

A book chapter from “The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams” dealing with some of the major themes in “The Glass Menagerie”

Although this is a PDF document aimed at teachers, it is perfect for the student as well. Detailed study guide for “Glass Menagerie” with character analysis, themes, important quotes, and main ideas in the play explored in addition to a full biography of Tennessee Williams.

“Images of Loss in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie” explores the use of imagery in Glass Menagerie among other themes, symbols, and concepts in the play.

A succinct analysis of “The Glass Menagerie” with emphasis on Tennessee Williams and his influences while writing the play.

Scholarly Sources

Bluefarb, Sam. The Glass Menagerie: Three Visions of Time. College English. 24(7), 513-518.

Fambrough, Preston. (2005). Williams’ The Glass Menagerie. The Explicator. 63(2), 100-102.

Jacobs, Daniel. (2002). Tennessee Williams: The Uses of Declarative Memory in the Glass Menagerie. 50(4), 1259-1270.

King, T.L. (1973). Irony and Distance in The Glass Menagerie. 25(2), 207-214.

Parker, R.B. (1985). The Circle Closed: A Psychological Reading of The Glass Menagerie and the Two-Character Play. Modern Drama (28(4), 517-534.

Schneiderman, L. (1986). Tennessee Williams: The Incest Motif and Fictional Love Relationships. Psychoanalytical Review. 73(a), 97-100.

Watson, Charles. The Revision of The Glass Menagerie: The Passing of Good Manners. The Southern Literary Journal. 8(2), 74-78.