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TENNESSEE WILLIAMS ANNUAL REVIEW 2011
Tennessee Williams Annual Review No. 12 2011
Founded in 1998 by Dr. Robert Bray, the Annual Review remains the only regularly published journal devoted exclusively to the works of Tennessee Williams. The journal includes scholarship on Williams's plays, fiction, and poems and on the film adaptations of his works. Each issue also showcases at least one previously unpublished work by Williams.
The 2011 issue of the Tennessee Williams Annual Review offers readers an intimate encounter with America's great playwright in this, his centennial year. The journal opens with “Sacre du Printemps,” a never-before-published one-act play in which a young Williams experiments with themes-love, loyalty, and the transcendence of art-later explored in such early works as Stairs to the Roof and Spring Storm. A memoir by the late playwright Jess Gregg takes readers behind the scenes as legendary director Elia Kazan struggles to bring Cat on a Hot Tin Roof to Broadway. Scholar Shelley Akers analyzes Williams's confessional novel, Moise and the World of Reason. And a selection of illustrations from the Hirschfeld Foundation's collection complements the exhibition Drawn to Life: Al Hirschfeld and the Theater of Tennessee Williams.
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