tennessee williams timeline

William Faulkner was a Nobel Prize–winning novelist who wrote challenging prose and created the fictional Yoknapatawpha County. It is Williams's first commercial success in a decade, and proves to be the last of his career. The play Small Craft Warnings opens off Broadway and runs for two hundred performances. //-->. In 1937 two of his plays, Candles to the Sun and The Fugitive Kind, were staged It's a hit and earns Williams another Pulitzer and Tony. Williams’s last major success on Broadway, Night of the Iguana, opened in 1961 and won the New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award. In 1969 he suffered a mental In 1932 Tom’s father forced him to leave the university and get a job in the shoe factory in St. Louis. drug and alcohol abuse. Because his father was a traveling salesman and was often away from home, he lived the first ten years of his life in his maternal grandparents' home. Quick Facts Name Tennessee Williams Birth Date March 26, 1911 Death Date February 25, 1983 Education University of Iowa, University City High School, Soldan High School, University of … He graduated the following year. //-->,

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