Brecht S Influence On The Glass Menagerie

  • Free Essay

    Conflict of the Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams is a story about three family members’ struggle to overcome hopelessness. Throughout the play, Tom is berated by his overbearing mother. She consistently nags him about smoking, drinking, as well as work. He has a fear of working in a dead-end job, which causes him to work hard to create poetry and less hard at the shoe factory. He tries to escape his situation by constantly going out to drink or see movies. The main conflict in The Glass Menagerie is Tom’s

    Words: 499 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Character Essay on Tom in the Glass Menagerie

    Landon Grimes Grimes 1 English 102 Mr. Turner 10/4/2012 Character Analysis on Tom Wingfield The Glass Menagerie is a very character oriented poem. Tom, Amanda, and Laura are all very well developed characters. They all have significant and unique characteristics that are shown well throughout the poem. Tom is the most interesting to me though because of his qualities and even his flaws. Tom has a few different and contradicting characteristics such as he is easily persuaded, his

    Words: 544 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Analysis of “the Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams

    Tennessee Williams’s play “The Glass Menagerie” tells about the disappointment that life has brought to the Wingfield family. The characters of this play are people whose dreams and life expectations have been shattered by the cruel reality. This disappointment breeds unrest and dissatisfaction in them, they feel trapped in their lives and are seeking for escape. In this extract there is a mix of registers. Moreover, the registers differ even within the speech of individual characters. While Laura

    Words: 585 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Glass Menagrie Speech

    The Glass Menagerie explores the unique and interesting issues through intriguing characters and events. These Texts are valued due to the quality of their construction and how efficiently the audience can relate to it. The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams written in 1941 is a timeless and universal place that defers the boundaries of time and space to explore a range of interesting ideas. Through a range of interesting techniques, this semi-biographical explores themes of escape, abandonment

    Words: 979 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    Glass Menagerie

    With William Tennessee’s powerful theme of combining nostalgia and criticism, The Glass Menagerie is definitely one of the finest and most moving playscripts I have ever read. It is a memory play that tells the story of a typical American family as they face the harsh realities of the modern world. I like how the author used symbolism to portray each of the characters that realistically represents an individual in every family household. The Wingfield family is just like every other family that

    Words: 1036 - Pages: 5

  • Premium Essay

    Glass Ceiling

    Although minorities and women have made some headway in management and professional positions in the last decade, the corporate "glass ceiling" still appears to be an obstacle to their advancement into senior leadership. We have done a qualitative research on the factors that are responsible for glass ceiling and the factors that help women find a way to get around the glass ceiling. We have followed an exploratory research design approach wherein we have used interview as the basis to get down to

    Words: 692 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    The Broken Glass Unicorn: Laura’s New Normalcy The breaking of Laura’s glass unicorn represents Laura’s new normalcy that is thrust upon her by her first gentleman caller, Jim O’Connor. Of the many animals in Laura’s collection the unicorn is her favourite animal of them all. The unicorn represents Laura’s peculiarity. When Laura hands Jim the unicorn she says, “I shouldn’t be partial, but he is my favourite one” (83). Jim points out that unicorns are extinct in the real world. They are also lonesome

    Words: 424 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    Glass Minagerie

    A Biographical Criticism of the Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie is an intriguing screenplay that portrays the image of a struggling family and hardships that they encounter through the eyes of the son, Thomas, who is also the narrator. Much of the symbolism employed in this drama is directly related to the authors own personal life experiences, giving main focus to his family relationships and the troubles with his father. The script is about a family a four, a mother, a father, an older

    Words: 658 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Curtain Call: the Glass Menagerie

    Curtain Call: The Glass Menagerie Throughout Tennessee Williams’ play, The Glass Menagerie, certain symbols and themes are portrayed; among them the fragility of glass in the form of Laura’s glass menagerie and cowardice symbolized by the portrait of Laura and Tom’s father. The thread that runs through both the symbols of glass and the theme of cowardice, is self- image. The way these characters view themselves, and each other, bind them together and tear them apart simultaneously

    Words: 764 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    The Symbolic Views of a Glass Menagerie

    Symbolic Views of a Glass Menagerie Symbols play a vital role in everyone’s day-to-day life, now when you think of glass as a symbol, what’s the first thought that comes to mind? As you might have suspected, “The Glass Menagerie” is full of hidden symbols which are utilized throughout the play and are unique while playing a vital role in telling the story. The most obvious symbol in this play would be Laura's glass sculptures, also known as her glass menagerie. Besides the menagerie, there are various

    Words: 1611 - Pages: 7

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie By Tennessee Williams In Tennessee Williams “The Glass Menagerie” there is the age old conflict of mother and child. In their own ways, each of the Wingfields struggles against the hopelessness that threatens their lives. Tom’s fear of working in a dead-end job for decades drives him to work hard creating poetry, which he finds more fulfilling. Amanda’s disappointment at the fading of her glory motivates her attempts to make her daughter, Laura, more popular and social

    Words: 443 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    When the father leaves the entire family in The Glass Menagerie, it leaves Tom with an overwhelming feeling to do the same, feeling as if his father has found freedom. Throughout the story, it is evident that Tom feels the need to get away because he is constantly going to the movies to feel the adventure he has never experienced. When the reader is shown the true colors of where Tom’s heart really is, it brings a mild discomfort because it is noticeable how much the family really needs him and

    Words: 753 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    Glass Ceiling

    Problem The history of women and minorities in the American workforce has been shaped by diverse cultural, legal, demographic, and ethno-racial influences. African American men had to prove themselves worthy to fight alongside white Americans in past wars for the same rights. Women had to fight for their rights to work along men whether it was for paid or unpaid labor. Minorities have had to prove themselves to others to advance to a higher position. Sometimes after proving their skills and leadership

    Words: 3418 - Pages: 14

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Escaping from Reality: The Glass Menagerie In The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, it takes a close and detailed look at the dysfunctional Wingfield family trying to get through the day to day living from the eyes of the son, and only male figure present in the family, Tom. In The Glass Menagerie Tom tells his story as well as the rest of his families, and presents how each family member deals with issues on their own. However it appears that each family member has problems coping with

    Words: 991 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    In The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams creates a world full of delusion and fantasy in which the characters are able to ignore the present. Each character develops their own world, far away from reality where they escape to so often sometime it's as they don't realize it isn't real. May it be through the written word, beautiful lyrics and distracting figures, or looking in the past reliving happy times, these characters choose to create a world where they are each in control of their lives. Each

    Words: 617 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    5 Point Essay In “The Glass Menagerie” Toms monologue in the start of the play talks about how he can apparently turn back time and talks about the the economy in the thirties and informing us on where the play will take place. “The play is memory. Being a memory play, it is dimly lighted, it is sentimental, it is not realistic”(1166). Knowing the lighting of the play really helps set the tone of the play. The mood that he sets at the start of the play is cheery, and sort of leaving us guessing

    Words: 353 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Analysis of the Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams is a vision of lonely human beings who fail to make contact, are isolated from each other and society, and ultimately feel abandoned by the universe. Tom, a writer who has left his mother and sister in order to pursue freedom and adventure, narrates a memory of his abandoned family. The memory is of St. Louis in 1937. Tom, his mother Amanda and his sister Laura are trying to make ends meet in a small tenement apartment. Tom’s father, a telephone repairman

    Words: 951 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    Glass Worker

    Case Study: A Laid-off Glass Worker Issue in the case Ronald Petrie was laid off from the company on March 20, 1997 and from the beginning of May that year, the remaining employees of the Glass department were made to work over-time and at the same time; a few other employees from different departments were transferred to the Glass department. The Union’s contention is that the management was wrong in not making a recall for Petrie when

    Words: 1210 - Pages: 5

  • Free Essay

    Glass Ceiling

    Glass Ceiling Effect Leslie S. White Concorde Career College Table of Contents References Aguilar, L. (May 22, 2013). Merely Cracking the Glass Ceiling is Not Enough: Corporate America Needs More than Just A Few Women in Leadership. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Retrieved from http://www.sec.gov/News/Speech/Detail/Speech/1365171515760 Herzlinger, R. (April 2, 2013). Has the Glass Ceiling Been Shattered for Women Leading Major Companies

    Words: 453 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Glass

    “The future becomes the present, the present the past, and the past turns into everlasting regret if you don’t plan for it” I can finally say I read the Glass Menagerie. And I loved it! Back in High School I never really thought it was great but it was everything. In the play The Glass Menagerie, many characteristics were shown in different people. There were primarily four main characters in the play: Amanda, Laura, Tom, and Jim. Each character had there own original issue in the story, which

    Words: 780 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie Appreciation of Theatre - 100 August 8, 2013 The characters of The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams are each driven by different motivators. Their given circumstances, personal problems and limitations lead us to see their inner conflicts and character flaws which ultimately inhibit their ability to achieve their super-objectives. Amanda Wingfield, a traditional, Southern woman is motivated to help her two, grown children become successful

    Words: 440 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Managere

    The Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams is a touching play about the lost dreams of a southern family and their struggle to escape reality. The play is a memory play and therefore very poetic in mood, setting, and dialogue. Tom Wingfield serves as the narrator as well as a character in the play. Tom lives with his Southern belle mother, Amanda, and his painfully shy sister, Laura. According to Margaret Thornton: “William wrote to himself about himself” (1). Thus

    Words: 659 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Book Report: The Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie is a play written in 1945 by Tennessee Williams. Tennessee Williams was a major American playwright and one of the greatest playwriters in the twentieth century. Tennessee Williams was born in Columbus, Mississippi, on March 26, 1911. The name "Tennessee" was a name given to him by college friends because of his southern accent and his father's background in Tennessee. He won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for A Streetcar Named Desire in 1948

    Words: 723 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    Brecht

    Brecht was born Augsburg, Germany in 1898. He then attended university in Munich in 1917. It was while he was at university that he witnessed the Bolshevik Revolution which was the first event to influence him. Brecht wanted what had occurred in Russia to repeat itself in Germany as he saw all there was to gain from a Revolution. This was the first influence that gave Brecht his voice in social and political issues. In 1918 Brecht was called up for World War 1 as a medical orderly. Here he witnessed

    Words: 564 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Glass Menagerie. Main Protagonist of the Play

    the protagonist; the story belongs to him. "The protagonist of a literary work is the main character, who must change in some way during the course of the events, even if the change is entirely internal. Tom is clearly the protagonist of The Glass Menagerie. Although he is not heroic and will probably never triumph over his obstacles, he does take action by the end of the play." It is, in essence, his story and tells of what he wants out of life and how he reacts to life. Tom Wingfield is the

    Words: 468 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Play of Choice I chose to read The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams as my play of choice. I wanted to read another play by Williams because I was really impressed with Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. As in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, this story centers on a rather dysfunctional family, the Winfield’s. Amanda Wingfield is a single mother to her two children Tom and Laura. That concept is rather ahead of its time, as the play takes place in 1937. Tom is the narrator of the play which is referred to

    Words: 819 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    his sister Laura. Amanda expresses a desire for Laura to have "gentlemen callers" (a.k.a. dates) as she used to, back when she was a Southern Belle. Laura describes a boy named Jim she used to have a thing for in high school, and we see her glass menagerie obsession. Amanda gets angry at Laura for dropping out of a typing class due to her painfully shy nature. The conflict with Tom is quickly established; he is at odds with his mother because he hates his job and wants to leave, but has a duty

    Words: 337 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    Glass Menagrie Review

    Name: Reem Zamgan ID: 43165 Title: The Glass Menagerie Performance Attended: Wednesday Director: Catherine Moran Playwright: Tennessee Williams Name of Actors: Tom, Laura, Jim, and Amanda. List actors: The Glass Menagerie is a play that is a result of a memory from the narrator, Tom. It revolves around Tom, the older brother and the mother Amanda and the sister Laura. Tom supports

    Words: 602 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    Brecht and Theatre

    Chapter Nine: Brecht and Epic Theatre Berthold Brecht (1898-1956) was one of the most distinguished representatives of socialist realist art. As a creator, he was multi-sided: poet, dramatist, director, critic and publicist. There can be little doubt that he was one of the most significant writers of the twentieth-century. His work was the most important and original in European drama since Ibsen and Strindberg, but in many ways it is difficult to understand in itself, and to relate it to a tradition

    Words: 2608 - Pages: 11

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Analysis and Plot Summary of “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams Before beginning this summary and analysis of “Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, it is important to point out that this play is not happening in the narrator’s (Tom’s) present, but it is based on his memories. The setting of “The Glass Menagerie” is a cramped apartment in a lower-class part of St. Louis in the year 1937. The main character and narrator of “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams, Tom, is in a merchant

    Words: 1245 - Pages: 5

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Running head: Reaction Paper Reaction Paper to “The Glass Menagerie” Jonathan Villela University of Phoenix Tennesee Williams "The Glass Menagerie" is a classic story of youth finding the responsibility they're given (or in this case left with) overwhelming and repressive. The main character of Tom perceives himself as trapped in his situation of working to support his mother and sister. As Williams once stated concerning Tom, "to escape from a trap he must react without pity". Tom is

    Words: 830 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    Glass

    CAREER SUCCESS: THE GLASS CEILING EFFECT WITHIN THE UAE CEDARS - Jebel Ali International Hospital TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 Problem statement 3 Significance of the study 3 STUDY ORGANZIATION: CEDARS - Jebel Ali International Hospital 5 LITERATURE REVIEW 5 An introduction to Leadership: 5 DIFFERENT STYLES OF LEADERSHIP 6 Authoritarian Type of Leadership: 6 Democratic Leadership style: 7 Laissez-Faire Leadership : 8 The underlying concept of Glass Ceiling Effect : 9

    Words: 3840 - Pages: 16

  • Free Essay

    Google Glass

    Google Glass as a Cybernetic System Paola Gulian 18/06/2013 p.gulian@me.com Stavangerweg 352, Amsterdam 1013AX Telephone: +359 888 88 30 81 Student Number: 10396144 Thesis supervisor: Michael Dieter Media Studies: New Media and Digital Culture Universiteit van Amsterdam   1  Table of Contents: 1. Introduction / 3 2. Chapter 1 – History of Cybernetics theory, Systems Theory, Cyborg and Posthumanism / 6 2.1. Introduction to Norbert Wiener’s theory of cybernetics / 6 2.2. Gregory Bateson

    Words: 19980 - Pages: 80

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    Literary Analysis: The Glass Menagerie Many critics believe that “The Glass Menagerie” is one of Tennessee Williams finest literary pieces, and that like most of his work, it was a reflection of his own life story. Born as Thomas Lanier Williams III on March 26, 1911, in Columbus, Mississippi, he lived with his loving but possessive mother and his older sister, Rose, who later suffered a mental breakdown. His father was a hard man who tended to drink too much and who was often away from home

    Words: 1978 - Pages: 8

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Castle

    inacceptable behaviors. Professor Fuchs’ challenge to Jeannette of what she knows “about the hard-ships and obstacles that the underclass faces” (p. 257), is likely what influences Jeannette to keep quiet. It is her belief people like Professor Fuchs are actually the ones who will never be able to understand homeless people. In reading The Glass Castle, it appears that Jeannette is not necessarily frustrated with who her parents are as one would expect a child of such family structure and lifestyle would

    Words: 1042 - Pages: 5

  • Free Essay

    Glass Menagerie

    Hermione Petioma Professor Larriviere ENC 1102 T R 6:30- 7:45 am 4/23/15 Essay #3 The Glass Menagerie pg. 1134 #1 Freedom Spread your wings and fly. There may come a time in everyone’s life where they choose to change their life and never look back but they need to have some motivation. In the play The Glass Menagerie Tom is a man who wants to change his life. He is an adult living with his mother but she nags him. He feels stuck and wants to leave his home. When he’s fed up he chooses to

    Words: 560 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Managerie

    The Glass Menagerie The glass menagerie is a novel about the Wingfield family. In the Wingfield apartment in St. Louis, the mother, Amanda, lives with her crippled daughter and her working son, Tom. At dinner she tells her daughter, Laura, to stay nice and pretty for her gentlemen callers even though Laura has never had any callers and expects none. Amanda remembers the time that she had seventeen gentlemen callers all on one Sunday afternoon. Amanda then tells Laura to practice her shorthand and

    Words: 484 - Pages: 2

  • Free Essay

    City of Glass

    THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS Book Three City of Glass Margaret K. McElderry Books An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children​s Publishing Division 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020 This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author​s imagination, and any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead

    Words: 152069 - Pages: 609

  • Free Essay

    The Self According to Brecht

    The Self According to Brecht In Brecht’s play “The Good Woman of Setzuan” we are introduced to Shen Te the prostitute and her alter ego Shui Ta, supposedly her cousin. Upon being pressured by her landlady Mrs. Mi Tzu for character references, Shen Te creates Shui Ta. In making these characters one and the same, Brecht attempts to show his disillusionment with a world in which he believes that it is impossible to be good and survive. He strives to show how it is possible to be moral

    Words: 529 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    In the First Three Scenes in ‘the Glass Menagerie’, in What Ways Does Williams Portray Tom as Being Trapped?

    In the first scene of ‘The Glass Menagerie’ Williams paints the scene from the outset to his audience that Tom feels trapped by his Mother. This particular arrises in the conversation between Amanda and Tom at the dinner table: “honey don't push with your fingers” “chew - chew” “eat food leisurely”. Which evokes the reaction in tom “I haven't enjoyed one bite of this dinner because of your constant directions on how to eat it”. This could indicate, for reasons unclear at this time in the play, that

    Words: 597 - Pages: 3

  • Free Essay

    City of Glass

    City of Glass Story by Paul Auster Essay by Vanessa Jagna Hoff Levinsen In this essay, we will be working with Paul Auster’s novel “City of Glass”. In the story, we follow the character Daniel Quinn, whose occupation is writing literature. This novel works with different themes that are related to mental health. The first theme we will be talking about is a question of identity; who am I, and who are you? We will follow this with describing human contact’s connection with the sanity of mankind

    Words: 1709 - Pages: 7

  • Free Essay

    Relationships in the Glass Menagerie

    Michelle Cybularz January 4, 2010 “The Glass Menagerie” In Tennessee Williams’ ,“The Glass Menagerie,” there are relationships between the three main characters. The relationship between Tom and Laura is a typical brother sister relationship. They both get along and are nice to each other, but at the same time have their fighting moments. When Tom and Laura are bickering back and forth about their mother when she is talking about he seventeen gentlemen callers it really shows their true

    Words: 395 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie Maria Ottinger Everest College AML 2000 Mr. Neil 09/10/2014 The Glass Menagerie I think that what happened in the play after the last seen with Amanda and Laura blowing out the candle, after Tom had left them is positive. I think that the interaction that Laura had with Jim was very positive. It was a collection of conversation and interactions that addressed her biggest fears. Starting with the fact that the friend that Tom brings home, just happens to be the

    Words: 469 - Pages: 2

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Worker

    Week 4 Assignment 1/29/2012 Case Study: A Laid-off Glass Worker Issue in the case Ronald Petrie was laid off from the company on March 20, 1997 and from the beginning of May that year, the remaining employees of the Glass department were made to work over-time and at the same time; a few other employees from different departments were transferred to the Glass department. The Union’s contention is that the management was wrong in not making a recall for Petrie when it realized in the beginning

    Words: 1190 - Pages: 5

  • Free Essay

    How Does Tennessee Williams Utilize Light in His Play, ‘the Glass Menagerie’?

    In his play, ‘The Glass Menagerie’, Tennessee Williams creates a tableau of human desperation and discontent. The narrator, Tom, presents his recollections of life with his neurotic mother, Amanda, and Laura, his retiring sister. Williams provides detailed stage instructions, paying particular attention to lighting and issuing specific instructions to light technicians. The presence of absence of light in each scene, as well as its intensity, is a considered tactic on William’s part. In addition

    Words: 900 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    Menagerie

    Rhetorical Analysis of Glass Menagerie The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams is a play about the narrator turned hero named Tom. Tom works at a shoe warehouse and writes poetry in his free time; while also taking on the responsibilities of his family after his father left. The mother Amanda lives in her memories of gentleman callers and parties, while avoiding the reality of her crippled daughter Laura who is in a dream world of little glass animals. Her mother seeing no future for her, she

    Words: 875 - Pages: 4

  • Premium Essay

    The Glass Menagerie

    The Glass Menagerie Dr. C. Hemmye University of Phoenix In the play The Glass Menagerie, many characteristics were shown in different people. There were primarily four main characters in the play: Amanda, Laura, Tom, and Jim. Each character had their own original issue in the story, which makes the play so entirely complex. What makes the play interesting are putting those characters together and creating inside moral and conflict. As a result, everybody still appears to be an outcast

    Words: 1036 - Pages: 5

  • Free Essay

    The Glass Menagerie: an Analysis

    The Glass Menagerie: An Analysis Tyson Evans University of Phoenix The Glass Menagerie offers a beautifully developed glimpse into humanity and more specifically familial dysfunction. Tennessee Williams uses this play as a definitive embodiment of the dangers of interdependence as well as low self- esteem. Williams begins this symbolic journey from the very inception of the work. The use of the word “menagerie” meaning a collection of wild animals kept in captivity for exhibition or a strange

    Words: 930 - Pages: 4

  • Free Essay

    Glass

    4700 ft high Glass Sky Walk in Tianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie Hunan, China 中國湖南省 張家界天門山玻璃棧道 China’s newest tourist spot is a glass-bottomed walkway around the cliff face of the Tianmen Mountain, 7 ft above sea level, at Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province (自動翻頁) 張家界天門山國家森林公園新建的玻璃棧道正式對遊客 開放。玻璃棧道于天門山頂西線,長60米,最高處海 拔1430米。所有上橋的遊客均被要求穿上鞋套,以保 持玻璃橋面潔凈。玻璃棧道是張家界天門山景區繼懸于 峭壁之上的鬼谷棧道、憑空伸出的玻璃眺望臺、橫跨峽 谷的木質吊橋後打造的又一試膽新景點。 China's newest tourist attraction ... a glass-bottomed walkway around a cliff face. Brave tourists

    Words: 667 - Pages: 3

  • Premium Essay

    Glass

    these days is glass, and every other building that you come across can be seen flaunting it proudly. The skylines of Indian metros are dotted with high-rise buildings clad in glimmering glass, spelling out affluence and style. People today are willing to splurge on glass just to get that ‘hi-tech’ and sophisticated look, but there’s much more to glass than just that. Glass glazing is one of the most preferred options of architects and developers these days, and with good reason. Glass reduces the

    Words: 700 - Pages: 3

+
-