Given this, whose example ought we follow? Well my answer would have to be no! Contrastingly, the name Maud contains sounds that convey a more formal and sullen personality. The Glass Menagerie is a story about a family of three, a mother, a son, and a daughter who all struggle to cope with how their lives turned out.
Maud most likely perpetuated her habit of isolation and obligatory diligence throughout the rest of her life as the poem ends indicating she was all alone left with her only her inherited old house. Harold seems to have a bizarre psychological fascination with death.
Is this really all there is to the poem? After Sady's father died, they left Poland, their home town, and offered them a failure of a small grocery store.
Maud is the frame that provides a contrasting border within which we can better see and understand Sadie.
This film tells the story of Harold, a twenty year old lost in life and haunted by answerless questions. In the poem it doesn't seem like it turns out great for Maud.