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I recommend this book to anyone that is looking for a good outside reading book.
This play manages to capture the attention of the reader and keep the reader interested through the development of the characters and of the story.
The story concerns a Blanche, a troubled former southern belle who moves in with her married sister Stella in New Orleans.
A Streetcar Named Desire (Signet) is arguably Williams's best play. He wrote it at just the right time, as naturalism took over the stage from melodrama. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by David Valentino
Classic read from a classic writer. Everyone with a literary thought should propel yourself to another level with Tennessee Williams.Published 5 days ago by MOH
I don't know whether I really didn't like the end of this book or if I really liked it. But the the emotions it caused to surge forth is the reason that this book gains 5 starsPublished 22 days ago by Maxwell Gillum
disgusting movie and I have no interest in Tennesse William's stories. He is a writer for neurotics. His other book called "cat on a hot tin roof" sucks.Published 28 days ago by Swati Singh
Tragic, dark, and 100% human.
My heart ached for Blanche Dubois, the fading southern belle with a million regrets. Read more
It was fun to read and interesting not a dull point in the entire play. I would recommend to a friend.Published 1 month ago by Joseph