This volume is edited by Mel Gussow (19332005), who was a drama critic, a cultural writer at The New York Times, and author of several books, including Edward Albee: A Singular Journey, and by Kenneth Holditch, professor emeritus at the University of New Orleans, editor since 1989 of the Tennessee Williams Journal, and the author of In Old New Orleans.
I LOVE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS. HE IS AN AMAZING PLAYWRIGHT AND HIS WORK ALWAYS IMPACTS ME. BUY THIS BOOK IT IS WORTH ITPublished 2 months ago by Miranda Squillace
A perfect companion to the second volume. It's a great addition to your library.
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I have every play, short story, novella, poem, memoir published by Tennessee Williams' publisher, New Directions and completed by individual plays available through the Dramatists... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mark D. R. Stern
This book is a glorified scrap of tissue paper: the pages are so thin you can read the words on the next page. the paper is too delicate to turn. Read morePublished on July 23, 2012 by v
This ws purchased as a gift and the recipient was quite pleased. This book did not contain "Night of the Iguana" which was on his list with some other stories, so I purchased it... Read morePublished on December 16, 2008 by bikerchic29841