This collection is Laura's escape from reality. She spends most of her time taking care of this and gives her favorite piece to Jim as a souvenir before he leaves.
Photograph of the Father
This hangs smiling in the living room as a reminder to Tom that escape is possible. It is never given a proper name but often is made the focus point of the play when Tom is thinking of leaving or escaping.
The entrance to the Wingfield's apartment, and where Tom goes to smoke cigarettes. From here the sounds of the nightclub across the street can be heard and the place where the family makes wishes on the moon.
Tom goes to this place to get out of the apartment and experience adventure. He claims to go here every night, but after a while he grows tired of watching the...
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