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Additional Resources for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams

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Further Reading

Crandall, George W. The Critical Response to Tennessee Williams, Greenwood Press, 1996

This volume contains full-text reprints of newspaper and magazine reviews of Williams's works.

Devlin, Albert J Conversations with Tennessee Williams, University Press of Mississippi, 1985.

A selection of interviews spanning forty years covering topics from Williams' s advice to young writers to frank discussions of his problems with drugs and alcohol.

Spoto, Donald The Kindness of Strangers. The Life of Tennessee Williams, Little, Brown, 1985

A thorough and scholarly biography of Williams that analyzes the correspondence between his tormented life and his equally anguished drama Williams, Tennessee. Memoirs, Doubleday, 1975

An autobiographical account of Williams's personal life that includes much detail about his sexual exploits. The book is useful in the context it provides for much of the playwright's work.

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