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April 2016 Blindspot: A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

It’s been ages since I wanted to see A Streetcar Named Desire, not sure why I’ve put it off. I feel like I have watched it as one day I actually watched a bunch of clips from this film on youtube. 1,461 more words

Flix Reviews

You Look Lovely (For Blanche DuBois)

The beautiful dream is dead.  It’s been dead for a while but it’s finally caught up to you.  Your tragic radiance followed in your wake as you left your trail of victims who wanted you no more.  263 more words

Creative Writing

White Woods Dying (For Blanche DuBois)

You are a delicate beauty. But that does not mean you aren’t tough

You’ve seen loss, loss, loss. You’ve been the one who’s had to deal with it… 366 more words

Creative Writing

An Angel in Paris

In my upcoming book, Love, Miracles & Mayhem in the City of Angels, I write about all the Earth angels I’ve encountered living here in Los Angeles–which of course, literally means “The Angels” in Spanish. 1,892 more words

Why I love Tennessee Williams

What is there not to love about this playwright? From the first words of a ‘A Steetcar Named Desire’ I could tell that there was a distinct literary elegance to this work. 319 more words

Summer Cherries

The following is a journal entry based on an in-depth, diarized annotation of Tennessee William’s play A Streetcar Named Desire. Blanche DuBois has been a character that somewhat alludes me in terms of analysis, as I find I have trouble rationalizing her actions. 853 more words

Confusion in the World

There is so much – so much confusion in the world.
Is it even a world – could I say? – it’s small, cheap, 561 more words

Poetry