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Books on the Glass Menagerie
From the Touro library catalog, enter "Glass Menagerie" in the search box and select "Title" from the drop-down menu
Library search for books on the Glass Menagerie
From the Touro library catalog, enter "Glass Menagerie" in the search bar, and select "Keyword" in the drop-down menu
To find ebooks or books only at a specific Touro library location, click on "Modify Search" and select "TC e-books" or scroll down to find the library location name. Then click submit.
Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams
The Glass Menagerie, which premiered in Chicago in 1944, is drawn from the memories of the narrator, Tom Wingfield, and is set in St. Louis in 1937.
Databases for Glass Menagerie
General List for Literature
This is a list of databases for literary criticism.
General List for Theatre
This is a listing of databases on theater and performing arts
JSTOR contains articles in the humanities and arts
Newspapers often publish reviews of plays. If you search "Glass Menagerie" in "Newstand Gale," "New York Times Historical (Proquest)," or "Newspaper Source (EBSCO)" you will find reviews of many different performances of the Glass Menagerie.
While newspapers are generally not considered "scholarly" sources, they are very important sources for learn about how society
Search terms with term "Glass Menagerie":
Try searching some of these with "Glass Menagerie" in a database or the book catalog: e.g. Glass Menagerie + symbolism
Glass Menagerie in 1945
Advertising for Glass Menagerie and a Play Review in 1945 from the New York Times--the first time it was performed in New York City
Quotes from Glass Menagerie
“How beautiful it is and how easily it can be broken.”