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Last Updated on July 29, 2019, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 251
The Glass Menagerie, a play by Tennessee Williams written in 1945, also deals with shattered dreams and a mother who is unable to appreciate her children for what they really are. Her inability to face reality keeps the family trapped in the past, unable to truly communicate with each other.
100 Amazing Make-It-Yourself Science Fair Projects, written and illustrated by Glen Vecchione in 1989 is a collection of winning science fair projects for students. It contains projects on a wide variety of subjects. Specific steps to create each project and illustrations are included.
My Darling, My Hamburger is a novel written by Paul Zindel in 1969. It deals with how parental influence can affect the boyfriend-girlfriend relationships of teenagers.
The Miracle Worker is a play written by William Gibson in 1956. It tells the story of how Helen Keller, a young girl who was blind, deaf, and dumb was taught to communicate with the world by her brilliant teacher Annie Sullivan.
Respect for Acting was written by Uta Hagen in 1973. It is a handbook that gives very good, practical advice for anyone interested in becoming an actor. The book introduces acting concepts and terminology and provides exercises that can be used by the student to develop his or her craft.
Surviving High School is a book written by Mike Riera in 1997. It provides a straightforward discussion of the challenges and problems teenagers encounter in high school. Each chapter discusses ways young adults can meet these challenges. The book contains many quotes and first-hand experiences from teens.