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Tennessee Williams' Use of Women

Summary: Essay explores the use of women by author Tennessee Williams.
Tennessee Williams was born in the south in Mississippi. His mother was Southern Gentle Woman. After the family was moved to St. Louis, his sister Rose became mentally unstable. But his family ignored her problem and tried to fit her in with everyday social life. Throughout his life, he was a good writer. He wrote over twenty full-length plays, dozens of short plays, screenplays and two novels. He won two Pulitzer Prizes and a Tony Award. Tennessee Williams was one of the most popularly successful and most critically lauded dramatists of the twentieth century. Many of his masterpieces have been criticized for having too much sexuality and violence. He many have written like that because he went into a dark depression that took his life in the end. Three of Williams famous plays The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, and summer and Smoke, tell...

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