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📒The Glass Menagerie ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏The Glass Menagerie Book Summary : Tom is frustrated in his job and distressed at home by the mental withdrawal from life of his crippled sister Laura. His energetic but misguided mother clings frantically to the idea that Laura can lead a normal life while Laura lives for her glass figures--'the small and tender things that make life endurable'. This edition contains notes and activities to enhance your understanding and enjoyment of the play.
📒The Glass Menagerie ✍ Harold Bloom
✏The Glass Menagerie Book Summary : A comprehensive study guide to Tennessee Williams's The glass menagerie.
📒Tennessee Williams S The Glass Menagerie ✍ Harold Bloom
✏Tennessee Williams s The Glass Menagerie Book Summary : Presents a collection of critical essays on the play that analyze its structure, characters, and themes.
📒A Student Handbook To The Plays Of Tennessee Williams ✍ Stephen Bottoms
✏A Student Handbook to the Plays of Tennessee Williams Book Summary : A Student Handbook to the Plays of Tennessee Williams provides the essential guide to Williams' most studied and revived dramas. Authored by a team of leading scholars, it offers students a clear analysis and detailed commentary on four of Williams' plays: The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Sweet Bird of Youth. A consistent framework of analysis ensures that whether readers are wanting a summary of the play, a commentary on the themes or characters, or a discussion of the work in performance, they can readily find what they need to develop their understanding and aid their appreciation of Williams' artistry. A chronology of the writer's life and work helps to situate all his works in context and the introduction reinforces this by providing a clear overview of Williams' writing, its recurrent themes and concerns and how these are intertwined with his life and times. For each play the author provides a summary of the plot, followed by commentary on: * The context * Themes * Characters * Structure and language * The play in production (both on stage and screen adaptations) Questions for study, and notes on words and phrases in the text are also supplied to aid the reader. The wealth of authoritative and clear commentary on each play, together with further questions that encourage comparison across Williams' work and related plays by other leading writers, ensures that this is the clearest and fullest guide to Williams' greatest plays.
📒Student Companion To Tennessee Williams ✍ Nancy Marie Patterson Tischler
✏Student Companion to Tennessee Williams Book Summary : Helps students understand why this playwright is now considered an American classic.
📒The Night Of The Iguana ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏The Night of the Iguana Book Summary : Now published for the first time as a trade paperback with a new introduction and the short story on which it was based. Williams wrote: “This is a play about love in its purest terms.” It is also Williams’s robust and persuasive plea for endurance and resistance in the face of human suffering. The earthy widow Maxine Faulk is proprietress of a rundown hotel at the edge of a Mexican cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean where the defrocked Rev. Shannon, his tour group of ladies from a West Texas women’s college, the self-described New England spinster Hannah Jelkes and her ninety-seven-year-old grandfather, Jonathan Coffin (“the world’s oldest living and practicing poet”), a family of grotesque Nazi vacationers, and an iguana tied by its throat to the veranda, all find themselves assembled for a rainy and turbulent night. This is the first trade paperback edition of The Night of the Iguana and comes with an Introduction by award-winning playwright Doug Wright, the author’s original Foreword, the short story “The Night of the Iguana” which was the germ for the play, plus an essay by noted Tennessee Williams scholar, Kenneth Holditch. “I’m tired of conducting services in praise and worship of a senile delinquent—yeah, that’s what I said, I shouted! All your Western theologies, the whole mythology of them, are based on the concept of God as a senile delinquent and, by God, I will not and cannot continue to conduct services in praise and worship of this…this…this angry, petulant old man.” —The Rev. T. Lawrence Shannon, from The Night of the Iguana
📒The Red Devil Battery Sign ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏The Red Devil Battery Sign Book Summary : This book is William's symbol for the military-industrial complex and all the dehumanizing trends it represents from mindless cocktail party chatter to bribery of officials to assassination plots directed against those who won't play the game, to attempted coups by right-wing zealots.
📒Suddenly Last Summer ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏Suddenly Last Summer Book Summary : THE STORY: Kerr, in the NY Herald-Tribune, describes: This, says Mr. Williams through the most sympathetic voice among his characters, 'is a true story about the time and the world we live in.' He has made it seem true--or at least curiously and su
📒Memoirs ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏Memoirs Book Summary : For the "old crocodile," as Williams called himself late in life, the past was always present, and so it is with his continual shifting and intermingling of times, places, and memories as he weaves this story.
📒The Gn Diges Fr Ulein ✍ Tennessee Williams
✏The Gn diges Fr ulein Book Summary : Described as a "tragicomedy", this one-act play is set in a Florida bunkhouse for "permanent transients". The title may be translated as "The Gracious Lady", but the "characters include a kooky society gossip columnist, the frowsy crone who runs the place, a demented former Viennese vaudevillian, a Cocaloony bird (evidently a local name for a pelican) and a tomahawk-brandishing, war-whooping, blond-wigged Indian." -- adapted from publisher's website.