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Critical Insights: Williams, Tennessee

Table of Contents

On Tennessee Williams

Biography of Tennessee Williams

The Paris Review Perspective

The Critical Reception of the Works of Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams on America

“Getting the Colored Lights Going”: Expressionism in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire

Mendacity on the Stage: “Lying and Liars” in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

A Gallery of Witches

Culture, Power, and the (En)gendering of Community: Tennessee Williams and Politics

Deranged Artists: Creativity and Madness

Flying the Jolly Roger: Images of Escape and Selfhood in Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie

“Fifty Percent Illusion”: The Mask of the Southern Belle in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie, and “Portrait of a Madonna”

Williams in Ebony: Black and Multi-racial Productions of A Streetcar Named Desire

“Something Cloudy, Something Clear”: Homophobic Discourse in Tennessee Williams

“sneakin’ and spyin’” from Broadway to the Beltway: Cold War Masculinity, Brick, and Homosexual Existentialism

“Collecting Evidence”: The Natural World in Tennessee Williams’ The Night of the Iguana

Red Devil Battery Sign: An Approach to a Mytho-Political Theatre

Tennessee Williams’ Out Cry in The Two-Character Play

Peeping Tom: Voyeurism, Taboo, and Truth in the World of Tennessee Williams’s Short Fiction

“The Transmutation of Experience”: The Aesthetics and Themes of Tennessee Williams’s Nonfiction

Chronology of Tennessee Williams’s Life

Works by Tennessee Williams