How would one proceed with a historical biographical approach to analyzing works from Tennessee Williams?
I think that there is a slight danger in trying to forge links between an artist's biography and and an artist's literature when it might not be there. Yet, I do believe that with Williams, there are some salient facts in his biography that comes out in his work. The South as a landscape is undeniable. Like everything else in Williams' work, there is a complex relationship between his characters and the South primarily because he and the South held a very intricate relationship. He is a Southerner by birth, yet has to leave the South at an early age and move to Missouri, a...
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