Mon 27 July 2009, The Guardian

Tennessee Williams: the quiet revolutionary

By Michael Billington
As Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire opens in the West End, we celebrate a writer with a strong social conscience who saw the human condition – especially his own – as faintly absurd
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