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Notebooks

Williams, Tennessee

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ISBN 10: 0300116829 / ISBN 13: 9780300116823
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Hardcover. MEDIA MAIL ONLY, NO INTERNATIONAL or PRIORITY. Overall, a clean and tight copy. Yale University Press, 2006. 1st Edition/1st Printing. Fine Book in Fine Dust Jacket. Price Intact. . Bubble wrapped and shipped promptly in a box. N° de ref. de la librería 041127

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Título: Notebooks

Encuadernación: Hardcover; First Printing

Condición del libro: Fine

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Fine

Edición: First Edition.

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"The Notebooks take us on a harrowing journey, and we come to know Williams the person very intimately, in the way he quite pitilessly knew himself. Reading them is like reading Van Gogh's letters or the diary of Nijinsky: the art arises from great pain that elicits pity and terror for the artist and lets us understand the uniqueness of his creations more subtly and intuitively."-Brian Parker, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto -- Brian Parker "A sound and solid record of an artist's intimate mind and heart-and while personal, the Notebooks offer new insight into the cognitive patterns, cultural context, and physical life of one of the twentieth century's most important writers. I was profoundly moved by this privileged glimpse at Tennessee Williams' life and mind."-Ron Carlson, Director of Creative Writing, University of California at Irvine -- Ron Carlson "Here we have Tennessee Williams on and about Tennessee Williams, more revealing even than the Letters and sometimes more vulnerable than in the Memoirs. Thornton has supplied a masterfully edited, copiously annotated, and lavishly illustrated edition that is invaluable for scholars and Williams fans worldwide."-Philip C. Kolin, University of Southern Mississippi -- Philip C. Kolin "Of the more than one hundred books written about Tennessee Williams since his death, his own book, the Notebooks, is unique. It records the innermost feelings of America's greatest playwright from youth to old age, as jotted down by the playwright himself."-Allean Hale, Krannert Theatre, University of Illinois-Urbana -- Allean Hale "These notebooks-partial as they are-will help clarify the creative and psychological highs and lows which both sustained and buffeted Tennessee Williams throughout his extraordinary life."-Edward Albee -- Edward Albee "Margaret Thornton has done something that would have delighted Tennessee Williams. She has served up his revealing notebooks with so rich of a mix of additional material and notations that the result is almost a new literary genre: a mix of diary, biography, autobiography, scrapbooks, and documentary history. It is addictive, and it bares Williams's soul."-Walter Isaacson, author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life -- Walter Isaacson

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