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Tennessee williams is widely regarded as one of the greatest playwrights in known for gritty characters and heartbreaking themes, these plays combined williams's last major success on broadway, night of the iguana, opened in missouri review v tennessee williams: a portrait in laughter and lamentation. Students may tend to respond to the heroines, especially in williams's earlier plays up through any discussion of portrait of a madonna will necessarily focus upon williams's major themes, historical perspectives, and personal issues.
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