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No place is more enchanted than where a unicorn has been born. Peter S. Beagle

Unicorns, aren’t they extinct in the modern world? Poor little fellow, he must feel sort of lonesome. 109 more words

William Butler Yeats

Some Rarities from Tennessee

It happens that two rarely produced plays by Tennessee Williams have been presented this summer in Seattle — and merely by coincidence, as far as I know, by two entirely different groups. 1,575 more words


Why did I write? Because I found life unsatisfactory.

~ Tennessee Williams

Writing & Poetry

Second chance saloon.

In 1951, the acclaimed novel From Here to Eternity was published. Many readers were unaware that James Jones fought to keep in sexual content and profanity, but he was forced to give in to the demands of his publishers. 392 more words

'The Angel In The Alcove' by Tennessee Williams

The Angel In The Alcove by Tennessee Williams, 1948

The magic trick:

Making the narrator very specific and detailed in his description of places and events, and equally as vague about the nature of his relationship with his evicted neighbor… 247 more words