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The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams

The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams
Your Price: $43.95 CDN
Author: Edited by Matthew C. Roudane
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Series: Cambridge Companions to Literature
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 278
Pub. Date: 2005
ISBN-10: 052149883X
ISBN-13: 9780521498838

About the Book:

The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams is a collection of thirteen original essays from a team of leading Williams scholars. This wide-ranging volume covers Williams' works, from the early apprenticeship years through to his last play before his death in 1983. In addition to essays on the major plays, the contributors also consider selected minor plays, short stories, poems, and biographical concerns.

The Cambridge Companion to Tennessee Williams also features a bibliographic essay surveying the major critical statements on Williams:

• Provides an accessible look at Tennessee Williams and his work and life

Tennessee Williams currently in vogue with recent filmisations of A Streetcar Named Desire starring Alec Baldwin, Jessica Lange and John Goodman, and Suddenly Last Summer starring Maggie Smith, Rob Lowe, Richard E. Grant, and Natasha Richardson

• All essays specially commissioned for this Companion

• A fresh look at a major twentieth-century dramatist

• Offers a chronology and bibliographical essay on key research

What people say:

"...this essential collection.... Strongly recommended for all public and academic libraries, for Williams fans as well as Williams scholars." — Choice

"The addition of Tennessee Williams to the list of subjects in this distinguished series of critical essays confirms his international status among twentieth-century authors. In celebrating his achievement, the critics in this collection offer analysis rather than censure, place Williams' plays in the context of critical thought and provide directors with a basis for mounting the plays afresh." — Studies in Theatre Production

About the Author:

Matthew C. Roudane is Professor of English at Georgia State University in Atlanta, where he specializes in modern drama.