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Tennessee Williams (Williams Tennessee)

( American playwright)

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(1911-1983) His plays are based on the spiritual and carnal conflict began, sensual impulse and the desire for spiritual perfection. Typically, his heroes and heroines come together in a primitive confrontation, where the call of the flesh varies from delusion and sin to a possible way to salvation.
Lanir Thomas Williams was born March 26, 1911 in Columbus (pc. Mississippi); pseudonym Tennessee took the beginning of his literary career. Prototype Uingfildov in the play The Glass Menagerie (The Glass Menagerie, . 1945) served as the playwright's family: a strict father, a nagging, . reproached his son in the absence of masculinity; domineering mother, . not measure who prided himself a prominent position of the family in society, . and sister Rose, . depressed,
. Not wanting to wallow in the workplace, for which he was sentenced reduced circumstances of the family, Williams led a bohemian life, roaming from one exotic places in the other (New Orleans, Mexico, Key West, Santa Monica). His early play Battle of Angels (Battle of Angels, 1940) is based on a typical collision: in the stifling atmosphere of dogged town, three women are drawn to the poet's travels

. In the most famous play by Williams' Streetcar 'Desire' (A Streetcar Named Desire, . 1947) fighting 'Angels' are two types of sensuality: romantic Blanche Dubois - the embodiment of a woman's soul, . vulnerable and refined, in the power of the brute Stanley Kowalski represents rough masculinity,


. Among other restless characters of Williams: Alma Uaynmiller of the play Summer and Smoke (Summer and Smoke, . 1948) - prim daughter of a parish priest, . as Williams himself, . escaped from the closed family microcosm in the world of sensual freedom and experiment; Serafina from Tattooed Rose (The Rose Tattoo, . 1951), . bogotvoryaschaya memory of her husband - the full force male truck driver with a rose tattooed on his chest, and voluptuous 'Maggie the cat' from the play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, . 1955), . trying to win favor with her husband, . indifferent to her bisexual, . - One of the most healthy and life-affirming images of a playwright,
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In frank Memoirs (Memoirs, 1975) Williams, without concealment, with self-irony writes about his homosexuality. In later work Williams explores the relationship of the artist and art. In a number of chamber pieces he created a mournful, deeply personal parable about artists who suffer from wasting talent and deceived once an enthusiastic reception by the public. Williams died in New York on February 25, 1983.


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