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A Streetcar Named Desire Williams, Tennessee/ Harris, Rosemary (NRT)/ Farentino, James (NRT) 1 of 1
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Format:  CD
ISBN-10: 0061714658
ISBN-13: 9780061714658
Sku: 208356265
Publish Date: 1/1/2009
Pages:  1
Age Range:  NA
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*Author: Williams, Tennessee/ Harris, Rosemary (NRT)/ Farentino, James (NRT) *Publication Date: 2009/01/01 *Binding Type: CD/Spoken Word *Language: English *Depth: 0.50 *Width: 5.40 *Height: 7.50
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Caedmon is proud to release this archival full-cast recording of Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire on cd for the first time!

Blanche DuBois arrives at her sister Stella's New Orleans apartment seeking refuge from a troubled past—but her ethereal spirit irks Stella's husband, the loutish Stanley Kowalski. Crudely, relentlessly, he unmasks the lies and delusions that sustain Blanche, until her frail hold on reality is shockingly severed.

This atmospheric recording of Tennessee Williams's powerful classic stars Rosemary Harris and James Farentino as Blanche and Stanley—roles they performed to acclaim in a smash revival at New York's Lincoln Center.

Author Bio
Tennessee Williams
The son of a traveling salesman, Thomas Lanier Williams attended the University of Missouri from 1931 to 1933, Washington University (1936-1937), and the University of Iowa, from which he earned his undergraduate degree in 1938. His first published work was an essay in "Smart Set", published by H. L. Mencken. Williams's plays are noted for their Southern themes, their well-drawn women characters, and a certain air of pathos. He won many prizes for his work, including two Drama Critics' Circle Awards and two Pulitzer Prizes.


"Now I'm also worried about Ten, who spoke like from a tomb about himself saying 'Streetcar' was his highest achievement and that he was getting weaker physically and as a writer.--This is complete nonsense as he is such a great and tremendous writer, so talented, what can one say to quiet this fear of his which is so unfounded?" - Maria St. Just

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Product attributeBook Format / Audio CD - Abridged:   Audio CD - Abridged
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   1
Product attributePublisher:   Caedmon
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