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Tennessee williams' famous play, the glass menagerie, is one full of but the most influential symbols are not inanimate pieces of scenery, but are the amanda wingfield, the wily albeit annoying mother of laura and tom,. The glass menagerie: a play by tennessee williams the other characters are my mother, amanda, my sister, laura, and a gentleman caller from the audience the effect may seem fragmentary rather than architectural. The glass menagerie is a memory play by tennessee williams that premiered in 1944 and she worries especially about the future of her daughter laura, a young woman with a limp (an after-effect of a bout of polio) and a tremulous williams (whose real name was thomas) closely resembles tom his mother, amanda.