Tennessee William's Vieux Carre is not emotion recollected in tranquility but emotion re-created with all the pain, compassion, and wry humor of the playwright's own 1938 sojourn in the New Orleans French Quarter vividly in tact.
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Review: Vieux CarreUser Review - Shannon Yarbrough - Goodreads
Based on Williams' own real life experiences while living in a boarding house at 722 Toulouse Street in New Orleans briefly in the late 1930s, Vieux Carre is one of his lesser known "memory plays." It ... Read full review
Review: Vieux CarreUser Review - Lindsay (Santafefan) - Goodreads
Many different characters inhabit this house, each drawn unforgettably even without a lot of "on" time. Sad. Trapped. Yet with a glimmer of a light that called to my heart. Read full review