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  • Author:
    Tennessee Williams,Albert J. Devlin,Nancy M. Tischler
  • ISBN:
    0811214451
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    978-0811214452
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    New Directions Publishing Corporation; First Edition edition (March 16, 2005)
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    512 pages
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Tennessee Williams wrote to family, friends, and fellow artists with equal measures of piety, wit, and astute .

Tennessee Williams wrote to family, friends, and fellow artists with equal measures of piety, wit, and astute self-knowledge.

Book Format: Choose an option. Tennessee Williams; Albert J Devlin; Nancy Marie Patterson Tischler. Tennessee Williams wrote to family, friends and fellow artists with equal measures of piety, wit, and astute self-knowledge. The Selected Letters Of Tennessee Williams. New Directions Publishing Corporation.

Volume 1 of The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams: 1920-1945, includes 330 letters written to nearly seventy correspondents and chosen from a group of 900 letters collected by two leading Williams scholars: Albert J. Devlin, professor of English at the University of Missouri, an. . Devlin, professor of English at the University of Missouri, and Nancy M. Tischler, Professor Emerita of English at Pennsylvania State University.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. November 30, 2019 History. Are you sure you want to remove The selected letters of Tennessee Williams from your list? The selected letters of Tennessee Williams. by Tennessee Williams, Albert J. Devlin. Published 2000 by New Directions Pub. in New York.

Magazine article Humanities. Inventing Tennessee Williams Letters 1920-1945. Volume I concludes with his first Broadway success and Williams drafting a new play, which he would ultimately title A Streetcar Named Desire. First letter to audrey wood. Magazine article Humanities. Hawthorne, California. About myself: I'm twenty-five, a native of Mississippi, descendent of Indian-fighting Tennessee pioneers.

Items related to The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams: Volume. I currently own approximately 10,000 hardcover books in collectible condition. I do not sell books that are in Poor condition. The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams: Volume 2 1945 - 1957. I specialize primarily in American literature but I collect and sale Western Americana, Film, Music and crime fiction in some quantity. Approximately 1,000 of these books are signed by the author.

662 pp. New Directions. EVEN in his most productive years, Tennessee Williams's life was a mess. If he was not an alcoholic, he was surely close. He was, as well, a prodigious pill popper - uppers following downers in mighty doses - and a heedless hedonist, by no means discreet about the boy toys he picked up at bathhouses and swimming pools.

C Devlin, Albert J. (e., Conversations with Tennessee Williams . Albert J. Devlin and Nancy M. Tischler (New York: New Directions, 2000)., Conversations with Tennessee Williams (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1986). CP The Collected Poems of Tennessee Williams, eds. David Ernest Roessel and Nicholas Rand Moschovakis (New York: New Directions, 2002). CS Tennessee Williams Collected Stories (New York: New Directions, 1985). L2 The Selected Letters of Tennessee Williams: Volume II 1945–1957, eds. Tischler (New York: New Directions, 2004).

Book Overview This is the second volume of correspondence of Tennessee Williams covering the most productive middle years of his life.

Tennessee Williams wrote to family, friends and fellow artists with equal measures of piety, wit, and astute self-knowledge. These letters of Tennessee Williams offer a rare insight into the private life of Tennessee Williams. A must for fans of Tennessee Williams. This is the second volume of correspondence of Tennessee Williams covering the most productive middle years of his life. It includes letters to and from friends during what was his most productive time.

Thomas Lanier Williams III (March 26, 1911 – February 25, 1983), known by his pen name Tennessee Williams, was an American playwright. Along with contemporaries Eugene O'Neill and Arthur Miller, he is considered among the three foremost playwrights of 20th-century American drama. After years of obscurity, at age 33 he became suddenly famous with the success of The Glass Menagerie (1944) in New York City. This play closely reflected his own unhappy family background

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Braendo
Perfect copy. As described.
Clever
Williams writes beautifully and this book is very revealing of the work and thought behind the plays, and regarding his life.
Capella
good reading
Steelraven
One of the great letter writers--intimate and dishy and that unmistakable voice.
Golden freddi
I have everything that Tennessee Williams ever published, so I am biased. This is yet another intimate look into the private life of this legendary playwright.
Dancing Lion
His letters have so much information for me. Although a big age difference his background---lived in St. Louis, Missouri.-I did, He went to the University of Missouri-I did also. His frat house Alpha Tau Omega where I had friends, not too far from my soroity house,Delta Gamma where I recently sponsored a swim competition. Also he swam in the quarry there as I did swim the quarry. One his plays there's a a big picture of the quarry in Columbia, Missouri. His father worked for an International Shoe Co. as did a friend of the family. He lived on Enright street. And his stories, there are other such as "Sweet Bird of Youth" were also informative. My father is the south and it helps me to review and read about different life styles as it were in the German part of South St. Louis at the time. I haven't read it all as yet, but the parts I read that pertain to the areas I mentiond and not so much New York or other places he went. Very enlightening for me!!!!!
Xtani
All the Tennessee Williams books have been purchased for a dissertation. I have bought anything on him.
Yadah, Yadah, Yadah to fulfill the stupid word count restrictions