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PDF Æ BOOK Glass MenagerieStreetcar Named DesireSweet Bird of Youth À HELPYOUANTIB ☆ [PDF] ✩ Glass MenagerieStreetcar Named DesireSweet Bird of Youth By Tennessee Williams – Helpyouantib.co.uk Writing in 1959 at about the time Elia Kazan directed Sweet Bird of Youth on BroadwVoke nostalgia The following year he scored one of his biggest successes with A Streetcar named Desire in which a woman's pathetic fantasies of primness and respectability are stripped down and violently exposed in New Orlea I first fell in love with A Streetcar Named Desire when I studied it at an english literature evening class in 2005 I had actually owned the book for a while; in a moment of sheer rebellion when I was hunting through my scatterbrained drama teacher's office for a book of monologues I came across an old battered version of Streetcar and pocketed it thinking it looked 'interesting' It was only when I studied it I realised I had actually stolen a little gem that afternoon Definately my most favourite play of all time I feel a strong sympathy for Blanche yet at the same time find it hard to relate to her I think it is this confusing feeling I recieved regarding the main character that interested me and I find the majority of her dialogue simply marvellous to read I just plain LOVE Tennessee Williams

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N I have only produced five plays that are not violent First among them The Glass Menagerie the memory play which was first presented in London in 1948 and in which he employed every device of scenery lighting and music to e Sweet Bird Of Youth; A Streetcar Named Desire; The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Williams I used to think Williams was the best Vivian Leigh in Streetcar is an amazing performance Plus it's always fun to see how old the actresses are playing women who are fading I still think of his work fondly although now it just seems melodramatic and overwrought Or bigger than life and twice as unnaturalLibrary copy

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Glass MenagerieStreetcar Named DesireSweet Bird of YouthWriting in 1959 at about the time Elia Kazan directed Sweet Bird of Youth on Broadway Tennessee Williams described his first successful play as being about as violent as you can get on the stage During the 19 years since the I don't know what happened with this book but I was thoroughly underwhelmed except for The Glass MenagerieAs I said in my review of The Night of the Iguana and Other Stories Tennessee Williams writes about broken people and people on the fringes of society Many of them are also rebels who do not subscribe to the moral code of the middle class which dictates that all drinking drugs and sex can be carried out under the cover of darkness protected by the veneer of respectability Chance Wayne of Sweet Bird of Youth and Blanche Dubois of the famous A Streetcar Named Desire are examples of these moral outcasts Laura Wingfield of The Glass Menagerie is of a different species altogether extremely introvert one act of involuntary betrayal is enough to break her as her collection of glass animalsI could muster a certain level of sympathy for Blanche the classic tragic heroine Her fall from grace as the feudal society which sustains her fades away is very clearly drawn As the play proceeds and her duplicity gets revealed we find ourselves not condemning her but rather feeling sorry for the inevitable descent into darkness of a person who has always relied on the kindness of strangers for sustenance However Chance left me cold as also did the play a jumbled cacophony of violent emotions Maybe it does better on the stage Some plays are not meant to be readThe tragedy of Laura however is exuisitely drawn in one of the most touching pieces of drama that I have ever read The Glass Menagerie stands out