TENNESSEE WILLIAMS : ‘POET OF POOR SOULS’
Author(s):
Sampath Kumar Y.G.
Keywords:
fugitives, misfits, outcasts, aficionados, ambient, inimical
Abstract
It is quiet common we come across the epithet ‘poet of poor souls’ being applied to Tennessee Williams. There is even lesser dissent among the critics that Williams in his entire playwriting career was strongly inclined towards exploring the lives of the people who for various reasons were ill-adjusted to the world in which they come to inhabit. However, there also is another view, perhaps debatable, that no other dramatist’s life has had a strong bearing on his plays than Tennessee Williams’. No other writer’s works are as impacted by the events in their lives as Williams was. Williams’ most successful plays contains very strong echoes of his life.
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Unique Paper ID: 155361

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 725 - 726
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