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Baby doll and other plays

By: Williams, Tennessee

Part of the Penguin Modern Classics series
0141190299 / 9780141190297
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United Kingdom
20 cm 182 p.
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Contents: Baby doll. Originally published: New York, N.Y.: New Directions, 1956 - Something unspoken. Originally published: as Garden district. New York: N.Y.: New Directions, 1958; London: Secker & Warburg, 1959 - Summer and smoke. Originally published: New York, N.Y.: New Directions, 1948.

Tennessee Williams's controversial Hollywood screenplay Baby Doll opens with Archie Lee's teenage bride driving him to distraction, as she has refused to consummate their marriage until the day of her twentieth birthday.

Enter wily Sicilian Silva Vaccaro, Archie's rival both in the cotton business and for the affections of the flirtatious Baby Doll, and things reach breaking-point.

This volume also contains Something Unspoken, a brilliantly comic study of a wealthy, manipulative Southern spinster, and Summer and Smoke, a sexually charged portrayal of Alma, a sensitive, unmarried minister's daughter, and her childhood love, the wild, sensual doctor's son John.


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