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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - dbsovereign - LibraryThing
Some detergent flowed through these pages, but it's still fun to see his perspective on what happened. Williams is an icon. He went where no [other] 'man' had gone before. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sharkgirl2000 - LibraryThing
I absolutely loved this memoir. The great thing about a memoir, you can talk about anything you want and anything you feel was important in your life. To Tennessee his personal life was what shaped ... Read full review