Tennessee Williams Annual Review showcases the exciting results of the journal’s newly expanded scope. Breaking fresh ground for the Review is Tiffany Gilbert’s opening essay, a study of Anna Magnani’s acting style and performance of ethnic otherness as collaborative contributions to the film adaptations of The Rose Tattoo and The Fugitive Kind. The notorious “underwear anecdote” that dogged Williams in late life (and inspired two other playwrights to write about the episode) provides a springboard for John S. Bak’s painstakingly researched biographical essay about Williams’s time in Vancouver. Scouring interviews and letters, published and unpublished, Bak unearths important details about Williams’s late career and uses both the facts and the fictions to shed new light on the pla,A unique museum gift shop located in the French Quarter that offers reproduction maps and prints, jewelry and gifts by local artists and our own publications as well as many other titles related to the culture and history of New Orleans and Louisiana. Many of the items in this shop can only be found at The Historic New Orleans Collection. This gift shop features reproduction items from our collections that are educational and exclusive. "> TENNESSEE WILLIAMS ANNUAL REVIEW 2017 - hnoc.tamretail.net