Moreover, why was glass castle banned?
WHY WAS THE GLASS CASTLE BANNED? The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls is banned from many schools and even some libraries due to the strong sexual scenes and situations dealing with alcoholism and abuse. It was written so Jeanette Walls could tell her story.
One may also ask, did Jeannette Walls really get burned?
Walls's pink-tutu dress catches fire, and her stomach, ribs and chest are badly burned. In 1987, at 27, Walls took over the Intelligencer gossip column at New York magazine, and later covered gossip for msnbc.com.
What does the glass castle mean to Rex?
Glass Castle - Lost Dreams - The Glass Castle encapsulates the extent to which the children's father, Rex, preferred to romanticize and theorize rather than live practically and represents, then, his Quixotic nature.
Why did Rex and Rose Mary get married?
Rex and Rose Mary Walls married when they were very young and both felt like they never fit in. Their families disapproved of their lifestyles causing Rex and Rose Mary to lean more heavily on each other.