Threshing floor lake Williams

threshing floor lake Williams (* 26. March 1911 in Columbus, Federal State Mississippi; † 25. February 1983 in New York town center; actually Thomas Lanier Williams) was an US-American writer. It received the pointed name “threshing floor lake” from college friends at the University OF Missouri, because its father in the Federal State threshing floor lake was born. Its grandparents, with whom it often and gladly was to attendance, lived still there, and this was coining/shaping for its accent. Its 1952 piece of stage, The rose Tattoo (its life companion, franc Merlo, dedicated), receivedthe Tony Award for best play. Critics maintain that Williams in the style of the Südstaatengothik writes.

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threshing floor lake Williams buildup in Columbus/Mississippi. Itand were therefore also very sad as he and its parents loved this place after pc. Louis pulled. Its difficult family conditions meet with partial response in its literary work. Its father, Cornelius Williams, was a commercial traveller for shoes and struck its children. The nut/mother, Edwina Williams, camefrom a before times wealthy Southern State family. Its brother, Dakin Williams, was preferred by the father opposite threshing floor lake. Its sister, rose Williams, was psychologically ill and emotional unstable. She spent a majority of her life under medical supervision. One of parents finally permitted Lobotomie has threshing floor lake them neverforgiven.

The figures in threshing floor lake Williams plays are often seen before its family background. Laura Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie is often regarded to Amanda Wingfield of its nut/mother as of its sister rose inspired and. Other figures, as for instance Tom Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie andSebastian in Suddenly load buzzer, are considered likewise as auto+biographic. Also the main figure in Cat on A Hot Tin Roof, Brick polling CCIT, exhibits strong auto+biographic courses. Above all Williams was however an author of the south of the USA. New Orleans, the Mississippi delta and thoseCoast of the gulf of Mexico are scenes of its pieces.

In its memoirs threshing floor lake, it states became sexually active already as a dte rodent. On the other hand shifted its bio graph Lyle Leverich this into its late 20's. The most important homosexual relationship of threshing floor lake was to its secretary the francMerlo. It began 1947 and ended with Merlos cancer death in the year 1961, the threshing floor lake into depressions for many years fell. During ihes Zusammenseins Merlo gave emotional stability. The works of this time are considered as its best.

Williams became victim one Gay bashings in January 1979 in key west.Five dte-gnaw young struck it together, but it was not seriously hurt. The episode was part of a series of anti-gays force, which took place there, after a local Baptisten prediger switched a newspaper advertisement against Homosexualität. Many its critics criticized alleged “excesses” in its work; itgenerally one believes, thus attacks on Williams sexual identity are meant.

In the year 1955 Williams won the Pulitzer price for the drama “the cat on the hot sheet metal roof “(Cat on A Hot Tin Roof), and in the year 1948 for “last stop longing“(A Streetcar Named the Irish). Critics assign its plays to the “Southern Gothic” style.

Williams spent many years in Rome, it connected a deep friendship with the famous Italian actress Anna Magnani. For it it wrote two pieces, of “The rose Tattoo” and“Orpheus Descending” in those it the main role played in each case.

Threshing floor lake Williams suffocated in the age of 71 years at a Flaschenverschluss to 24. February 1983 in its New Yorker town center residence in the hotel Elysee. Other one (and. A. its brother Dakin Williams) accept, he is murdered. It was buried in pc. Louis, Missouri.


of plays

  • 1944 The Glass Menagerie (the Glasmenagerie. A play of the memory)
  • 1947 A Streetcar Named the Irish (last stop longing)
  • of 1948 buzzers and Smoke
  • 1950 The rose Tattoo (the tätowierteRose)
  • 1955 Cat on A Hot Tin Roof (the cat on the hot sheet metal roof)
  • 1957 Orpheus Descending (Orpheus rises down)
  • 1958 Suddenly, load buzzer (suddenly last summer)
  • 1959 Sweet Bird OF Youth (sweet bird youth)
  • 1961 The Night OF the Iguana(The night iguana)
  • 1964 Eccentricities OF A Nightingale

of film scripts

  • 1956 baby Doll

of novels

  • 1950 The novel jump OF Mrs. Stone (Mrs. Stone and their Roman spring)
  • 1975 Moise and the World OF Reason (“Moise and the world thatReason ")

of quotations

  • God does not come, if we liked it, but it comes in time.
  • Who has a bad memory, no other choice remains to say than the truth.
  • Each stupidity finds one, which makes it.
  • Humans of earlier times were just as badlike we. Sie wussten es nur nicht so genau.
  • Humans today wish the life from the day after tomorrow to the prices from the day before yesterday.
  • Women love the defeated ones, but they would amount to them with the winners.
  • Lie is the law of our life, it gives two ways from it.Alcohol is and death the other one.
  • Work is a drug, which looks like a medicine.
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  • yokes Baier: “The long delayed but always expected something”. The American Dream in the dramas of threshing floor lakeWilliams. Trier: WVT 2001. (= studies to the anglistischen literature and linguistics; 14) Senata Karolina farmer Briski order
  • ISBN 3-88476-494-2 on-line: The role OF sexuality into the major plays OF threshing floor lake Williams. Berne and. A.: Long 2002. Confronting threshing floor lake Williams's A
  • order ISBN 3-906767-97-3 on-line streetcar namedthe Irish. Essay in critical pluralism, hsrg. v. Philip C. Kolin. West haven, Conn. and. A.: Greenwood press 1993. (= Contributions in drama and theatre studies; 50) George W. order ISBN 0-313-26681-6
  • on-line Crandell: Threshing floor lake Williams. A descriptive bibliography.Pittsburgh, Pa. and. A.: Univ. OF PittsburghPress 1995.ISBN 0-8229-3769-7
  • Therese Fischer Seidel: Mythenparodie in the modern English and American drama. Tradition and communication with threshing floor lake Williams, Edward Albee, Samuel Beckett and Harold Pinter. Heidelberg: Winter 1986. (= Anglisti research; 174) Anne Fleche order ISBN
  • 3-533-03592-1 on-line: MIME TIC these illusion. Eugene O'Neill, threshing floor lake Williamsand US drama TIC realism. Tuscaloosa, Ala. and. A.: Univ. OF Alabama press 1997. Alice Griffin order ISBN
  • 0-8173-0838-5 on-line: Understanding threshing floor lake Williams. Columbia, sports club: Univ. OF South Carolina press 1995. Ronald Hayman order ISBN
  • 1-570-03017-0 on-line: Threshing floor lake Williams. Everyone else is to audience.New Havenand. A.: Yale Univ. Press 1993.Kenneth Holditch and order
  • ISBN 0-300-05414-9 on-line. Smelling pool of broadcasting corporations Freeman: Threshing floor lake Williams and the South. Jackson, measure.: Univ. Press OF Mississippi 2002. ISBN 1-578-06410-4 on-line order
  • Christian Jauslin: Threshing floor lake Williams. Velber: Friedrich 1969. (= Friedrichs dramatist D. World theatre; 59)
  • Andrea Kallenberg Schröder: The representation of the family in the modern American drama. Examined at selected dramas of Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams and Edward Albee. Frankfurt/Main and. A.: Long 1990. (= European university writings; Row 14; 207) ISBN 3-631-42421-3
  • Gulshan Rai Kataria: The of faces OF Eve. Astudy OF threshing floor lake Williams's of heroines. New Delhi and. A.: Sterling publication. 1992.
  • Jürgen Koepsel: The American south and its functions in the dramatic work of threshing floor lake Williams. Berne: Long 1974. (= Mainzer studies to America sneezing TIC; 5) ISBN 3-261-00991-8
  • Lyle Leverich: Tom. The unknown threshing floor lake Williams.New one York, NY: Crown publication. 1995.Carol Petersen order ISBN
  • 0-517-70225-8 on-line: Threshing floor lake Williams. Berlin: Colloquium 1975. (= heads of the XX. Century; 80) Genes Daniel Phillips order
  • ISBN 3-7678-0378-X on-line: The of film OF threshing floor lake Williams. Philadelphia: Kind Alliance press and. A.: Associated University Presses 1980. ISBN 0-87982-025-X
  • Annette J. Saddik: The politics OF reputation. The critical reception OF threshing floor lake Williams' more later plays. Madison and. A.: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ. Press and. A. 1999. ISBN 0-8386-3772-8 on-line order
  • David Savran: Communists, cowboy, and queers. The politics OF masculinity into the work OFArthur Miller and threshing floor lake Williams. Minneapolis, Minn. and. A.: Univ. OF Minnesota press 1992. Barbara Vahland order ISBN
  • 0-8166-2123-3 on-line: The hero as victims. Aspects of the Melodramati with threshing floor lake Williams. Berne: Long 1976. (= European university writings; Row 14.28)
  • Dennis Vannatta: Threshing floor lake Williams. A study OFthe short fiction. Bad clay/tone: Twayne 1988. (= Twayne's studies in short fiction; 4) Nada Zeineddine order ISBN
  • 0-8057-8304-0 on-line: Because it is my name. Problem OF identity experienced by women, artists, and breadwinners into the plays OF Henrik Ibsen, threshing floor lake Williams, and Arthur Miller.Brown clay/toneDevonian: Merlin Books 1991.ISBN 0-86303-517-5 on-line order

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