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The Resource New selected essays : where I live, Tennessee Williams ; introduction by John Lahr ; edited, with an afterword, by John S. Bak

New selected essays : where I live, Tennessee Williams ; introduction by John Lahr ; edited, with an afterword, by John S. Bak

Label
New selected essays : where I live
Title
New selected essays
Title remainder
where I live
Statement of responsibility
Tennessee Williams ; introduction by John Lahr ; edited, with an afterword, by John S. Bak
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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1911-1983
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Williams, Tennessee
Dewey number
814/.54
Index
index present
LC call number
PS3545.I5365
LC item number
A6 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1911-1983
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  • Williams, Tennessee
  • Bak, John S
Series statement
New Directions paperbook
Series volume
1143
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Essays
Label
New selected essays : where I live, Tennessee Williams ; introduction by John Lahr ; edited, with an afterword, by John S. Bak
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Rev. and expanded ed. of: Where I live : selected essays. 1978
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [271]-292) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Essays. "Amor perdido" or How it feels to become a professional playwright ; Te morituri salutamus or An author's address to a first night audience ; Preface to my poems ; The history of a play (with parentheses) ; Notes to the reader ; The author tells why it is called The glass menagerie ; A playwright's statement on Dallas's Theatre '45 plans ; The catastrophe of success ; Chicago arrival ; Questions without answers ; "Something wild ..." ; Carson McCullers's Reflections in a golden eye ; A writer's quest for a Parnassus ; The timeless world of a play ; The meaning of The rose tattoo ; Facts about me ; Foreword to Camino Real ; Afterword to Camino Real ; Person-to-person ; Critic says "evasion," writer says "mystery" ; The past, the present, and the perhaps ; The world I live in ; Author and director : a delicate situation ; If the writing is honest ; Foreword to Sweet bird of youth ; The man in the overstuffed chair ; Reflections on a revival of a controversial fantasy ; Tennessee Williams presents his POV ; Prelude to a comedy ; Five fiery ladies ; Carson McCullers ; A summer of discovery ; The agent as catalyst ; T. Williams's view of T. Bankhead ; Grand ; Slapstick tragedy : a preface ; The wolf and I ; Happiness is relevant ; "Tennessee, never talk to an actress" ; We are dissenters now ; Too personal? ; Homage to Key West ; Let me hang it all out ; Where my head is now and other questions ; The blessings and mixed blessings of workshop productions ; I have rewritten a play for artistic purity ; I am widely regarded as the ghost of a writer ; The misunderstandings and fear of an artist's revolt -- Miscellany : reviews, introductions, appreciations, & program notes. A reply to Mr. Nathan ; An appreciation : the creator of The glass menagerie pays tribute to Laurette Tayor ; An appreciation of Hans Hofmann ; An allegory of man and his Sahara, a review ; A movie by Cocteau..., a review ; The human psyche--alone, a review ; Notes on the filming of The rose tattoo ; A tribute from Tennessee Williams to "heroic Tallulah Bankhead" ; On meeting a young writer ; Concerning Eugene O'Neill ; Tennessee Williams talks about his play In the bar of a Tokyo hotel ; Notes for The two character play ; To William Inge : an homage ; W.H. Auden : a few reminiscences ; Foreword to Jane Bowles's Feminine wiles ; Program note for The red devil battery sign ; Foreword to Dakin Williams's The bar bizarre ; Homage to J. -- Juvenilia and college papers. Can a good wife be a good sport? ; High school travel articles. A day at the Olympics ; The tomb of the Capuchins ; A flight over London ; A night in Venice ; A trip to Monte Carlo ; The ruins of Pompeii ; A tour of the battle-fields of France ; A festival night in Paris ; The Almalfi drive and Sorrento ; The first day out ; College papers. Candida ; Review of two plays by John M. Synge ; Some representative plays of O'Neill and a discussion of his art ; Is Fives ; Birth of an art (Anton Chekhov and the new theatre) ; Comments on the nature of artists with a few specific references to the case of Edgar Allan Poe
Control code
ocm277040929
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 313 pages
Isbn
9780811217286
Lccn
2008052179
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)277040929
  • (OCoLC)277040929
  • (Sirsi) a1017504
Label
New selected essays : where I live, Tennessee Williams ; introduction by John Lahr ; edited, with an afterword, by John S. Bak
Publication
Note
Rev. and expanded ed. of: Where I live : selected essays. 1978
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [271]-292) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Essays. "Amor perdido" or How it feels to become a professional playwright ; Te morituri salutamus or An author's address to a first night audience ; Preface to my poems ; The history of a play (with parentheses) ; Notes to the reader ; The author tells why it is called The glass menagerie ; A playwright's statement on Dallas's Theatre '45 plans ; The catastrophe of success ; Chicago arrival ; Questions without answers ; "Something wild ..." ; Carson McCullers's Reflections in a golden eye ; A writer's quest for a Parnassus ; The timeless world of a play ; The meaning of The rose tattoo ; Facts about me ; Foreword to Camino Real ; Afterword to Camino Real ; Person-to-person ; Critic says "evasion," writer says "mystery" ; The past, the present, and the perhaps ; The world I live in ; Author and director : a delicate situation ; If the writing is honest ; Foreword to Sweet bird of youth ; The man in the overstuffed chair ; Reflections on a revival of a controversial fantasy ; Tennessee Williams presents his POV ; Prelude to a comedy ; Five fiery ladies ; Carson McCullers ; A summer of discovery ; The agent as catalyst ; T. Williams's view of T. Bankhead ; Grand ; Slapstick tragedy : a preface ; The wolf and I ; Happiness is relevant ; "Tennessee, never talk to an actress" ; We are dissenters now ; Too personal? ; Homage to Key West ; Let me hang it all out ; Where my head is now and other questions ; The blessings and mixed blessings of workshop productions ; I have rewritten a play for artistic purity ; I am widely regarded as the ghost of a writer ; The misunderstandings and fear of an artist's revolt -- Miscellany : reviews, introductions, appreciations, & program notes. A reply to Mr. Nathan ; An appreciation : the creator of The glass menagerie pays tribute to Laurette Tayor ; An appreciation of Hans Hofmann ; An allegory of man and his Sahara, a review ; A movie by Cocteau..., a review ; The human psyche--alone, a review ; Notes on the filming of The rose tattoo ; A tribute from Tennessee Williams to "heroic Tallulah Bankhead" ; On meeting a young writer ; Concerning Eugene O'Neill ; Tennessee Williams talks about his play In the bar of a Tokyo hotel ; Notes for The two character play ; To William Inge : an homage ; W.H. Auden : a few reminiscences ; Foreword to Jane Bowles's Feminine wiles ; Program note for The red devil battery sign ; Foreword to Dakin Williams's The bar bizarre ; Homage to J. -- Juvenilia and college papers. Can a good wife be a good sport? ; High school travel articles. A day at the Olympics ; The tomb of the Capuchins ; A flight over London ; A night in Venice ; A trip to Monte Carlo ; The ruins of Pompeii ; A tour of the battle-fields of France ; A festival night in Paris ; The Almalfi drive and Sorrento ; The first day out ; College papers. Candida ; Review of two plays by John M. Synge ; Some representative plays of O'Neill and a discussion of his art ; Is Fives ; Birth of an art (Anton Chekhov and the new theatre) ; Comments on the nature of artists with a few specific references to the case of Edgar Allan Poe
Control code
ocm277040929
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 313 pages
Isbn
9780811217286
Lccn
2008052179
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)277040929
  • (OCoLC)277040929
  • (Sirsi) a1017504

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