Tennesse Williams Use of life experiences in his works.
21 March, 2002
"Tennesse Williams saw himself as a shy, sensitive and gifted man trapped in a world where mendacity replaced communication, brute violence replaced love, and loneliness." (Ryan 3176) This one statement explains most of Williams's life. He grew up and went to school in the South. While growing up, he had a disfunctional family. The time frame in which he grew also had an extreme effect upon his writing. Tennesse Williams used his many observations of the South's emergence from naiveté and the daily life of the people's struggle to stay live in body a…
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