The Tennessee Williams Annual Review is excited to announce the first appearance in print of Williams’s “Provisional Film Story Treatment of The Gentleman Caller (First Title),” a revealing precursor to The Glass Menagerie. Housed in THNOC’s Fred W. Todd Tennessee Williams Collection, the typescript-part screenplay, part plot summary, sprinkled with suggested camera shots and providing different endings for stage and screen-spotlights Glass Menagerie’s missing father, Tom Wingfield Sr., who takes center stage as the gentleman caller. In the essays that follow, Naghmeh Rezaie unpacks the Iranian director Bahram Tavakoli’s 2011 film Here without Me, a recreation of The Glass Menagerie in 21st-century Tehran. Barbara Neri uses Williams’s references to the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning to place Blanche DuBois in a history of love poetr,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 2018 -