The Glass Family

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A play in one act, in which the transparent characters – Glenn, Glenda, Gladwin, and Glennis Glass – offer their opinions on such weighty philosophical matters as being half full or half empty, accepting oneself as one comes from the Great Factory, the restricted lives of their costlier neighbors in the locked china cabinet, the fate of an unfortunate cousin with a glass jaw, and much more.

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Words: 4,430
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476494166
About Leonore H. Dvorkin

Leonore H. Dvorkin was born in 1946 in Chicago, Illinois. She and her author husband, David Dvorkin, have lived in Denver, Colorado, since 1971. Their son, Daniel Dvorkin, has written two science fiction novels with his father. Leonore works as a tutor of German and Spanish, a German to English translator, a proofreader/editor, and a weight training instructor. Her novel APART FROM YOU was first published by Wildside Press in 2000, and the revised version was published in 2010 by CreateSpace. It is available in e-book from Smashwords and Amazon and from Amazon in print. Leonore's nonfiction memoir is ANOTHER CHANCE AT LIFE: A BREAST CANCER SURVIVOR'S JOURNEY, updated in 2012 and widely available in e-book and print.

Apart from You cover photo copyright 2010 by Leonore H. Dvorkin.

Another Chance at Life cover photo copyright 1988 by Leonore H. Dvorkin.

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Review by: Howard Geltman on Dec. 31, 2012 :
This one act play is quite amusing, yet poignant.

We judge others because they may be different than ourselves. It may be because of any reason you can think of, that is in many way the human thing to be.

The Glass Family thinks of themselves as a family as we ourselves do, and have the same concerns - yet they attempt to teach their children to be tolorant of others to grow up on an even keel.

This play definately get a big thumbs up.

everyone should take a look at The Glass Family
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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