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The Glass Menagerie - Letter from Laura to Tom as a respond to a letter she received from him after he left.

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Introduction

Lorena Fischer 11e English A2 Standard Words:690 The Glass Menagerie Letter from Laura to Tom as a respond to a letter she received from him after he left. Dear Tom, When I received this letter in the plain envelope without sender this morning, the first thought that came into my mind was: a letter from Tom and my heart began to beat faster. Fortunately my feeling was right. As you maybe can see in my handwriting I am still trembling. Finally I got a ,message from you! Believe me, I was very concerned about you. There was no single day when I was not thinking of you, wondering where you are and what you are doing, and missing you. ...read more.

Middle

I completely accept your excuse. Thank you for letting me hear from you and for telling me about your experiences you made in South America. I wish one day I can go there with you and then you show me all the wonderful places you have visited. Now I am going to let you know what happened since you left us as you asked me to. How you can imagine mother�s first reaction was to freak out totally. She was incredibly angry with you. In her shock she even suspected me to have a plot with you and thought I would follow you so that she would be entirely alone. When she calmed down a little bit her feelings changed from anger to sadness. ...read more.

Conclusion

I can be myself without being ashamed anymore and without being shy. I stared to accept my self, and I recognized that it is important that I love myself. I really have had or still have an inferiority complex , but Tom I have changed a lot and I am sure in a positive way. Therefore I have to thank you. The day you left I could not imagine that it would have something positive but it forced and showed me that I have to become more independent. You won�t believe it, but even some men became interested in me. As you can see, I am really doing well and mother also changed a lot. I hope I meet you soon. Please let us stay in contact so that I can be involved in your life and you can be involved in mine. In love Laura ...read more.

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