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Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Diana - Goodreads

I read the book after seeing the movie years ago. The writing and the story is brilliant and horrifying. This is a book whose images stay with you forever. Read full review

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Allison - Goodreads

This is classic Tennessee Williams. IT is amazing traditional southern lit. There are many famous monologues from this play. Read full review

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Remus - Goodreads

I thoroughly loved it but I don't know how I can adequately express why I do. Williams' again explores the theme of identity and suppressing one's identity, along with electric family drama. The idea ... Read full review

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Goodreads

I thoroughly loved it but I don't know how I can adequately express why I do. Williams' again explores the theme of identity and suppressing one's identity, along with electric family drama. The idea ... Read full review

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Kris - Goodreads

4 STARS "Anne Meacham, as a girl who has been the sole witness to her cousin's unbelievably shocking death, is brought into a 'planned jungle' of a New Orleans garden to confront a family that is ... Read full review

Review: Suddenly Last Summer

User Review  - Agnes Muscoreil - Goodreads

I'm amazed that I have never read this story before or seen the play and/or movie! Classic Tennessee Williams story, an overbearing mother willing to have a lobotomy performed on the young woman who was the only witness to her beloved son's gruesome death while abroad. Read full review

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All reviews - 58