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"Amor Perdido" or How It Feels to Become a Professional Playwright 3 Te Morituri Salutamus or An Author's Address to a First Night Audience 8 Preface to My Poems 11 The History of a Play (With Parentheses) 15 Notes to the Reader 25 The Author Tells Why it is Called The Glass Menagerie 27 A Playwright's Statement on Dallas's Theatre '45 Plans 29 The Catastrophe of Success 32 Chicago Arrival 37 Questions Without Answers 40 "Something Wild. . ." 43 Carson McCullers's Reflections in a Golden Eye 48 A Writer's Quest for a Parnassus 54 The Timeless World of a Play 59 The Meaning of The Rose Tattoo 63 Facts About Me 65 Foreword to Camino Real 68 Afterword to Camino Real 71 Person-To-Person 73 Critic Says "Evasion," Writer Says "Mystery" 76 The Past, the Present, and the Perhaps 79 The World I Live In 83 Author and Director: A Delicate Situation 86 If The Writing Is Honest 90 Foreword to Sweet Bird of Youth 93 The Man In the Overstuffed Chair 97 Reflections on a Revival of a Controversial Fantasy 107 Tennessee Williams Presents His POV 109 Prelude to a Comedy 114 Five Fiery Ladies 117 Carson McCullers 121 A Summer of Discovery 123 The Agent as Catalyst 130 T. Williams's View of T. Bankhead 134 Grand 139 Slapstick Tragedy: A Preface 147 The Wolf and I 149 Happiness Is Relevant 153 "Tennessee, Never Talk to an Actress" 156 We Are Dissenters Now 160 Too Personal? 165 Homage to Key West 168 Let Me Hang It All Out 171 Where My Head is Now and Other Questions 175 The Blessings and Mixed Blessings of Workshop Productions 177 I Have Rewritten a Play For Artistic Purity 181 I Am Widely Regarded as the Ghost Of a Writer 184 The Misunderstandings and Fears of an Artist's Revolt 187 MISCELLANY: REVIEWS, INTRODUCTIONS, APPRECIATIONS, & PROGRAM NOTES A Reply to Mr. Nathan 193 An Appreciation: The Creator of The Glass Menagerie Pays Tribute to Laurette Taylor 195 An Appreciation of Hans Hofmann 197 An Allegory of Man and His Sahara, a review 198 A Movie by Cocteau . .., a review 200 The Human Psyche-Alone, a review 202 Notes on the Filming of The Rose Tattoo 204 A Tribute from Tennessee Williams to "Heroic Tallulah Bankhead" 207 On Meeting a Young Writer 208 Concerning Eugene O'Neill 210 Tennessee Williams Talks about His Play In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel 211 Notes for The Two Character Play 211 To William Inge: An Homage 213 W. H. Auden: A Few Reminiscences 216 Foreword to Jane Bowles's Feminine Wiles 217 Program Note for The Red Devil Battery Sign 218 Foreword to Dakin Williams's The Bar Bizarre 219 Homage to J. 219 JUVENILIA AND COLLEGE PAPERS Can a Good Wife Be a Good Sport? 223 High School Travel Articles A Day at the Olympics 224 The Tomb of the Capuchins 225 "A Flight over London 226 "A Night in Venice 227 "A Trip to Monte Carlo 229 The Ruins of Pompeii 230 A Tour of the Battle-fields of France 231 A Festival Night in Paris 232 The Almalfi Drive and Sorrento 234 The First Day Out 235 College Papers Candida 236 Review of Two Plays by John M. Synge 238 Some Representative Plays of O'Neill And a Discussion of his Art 240 Is Fives 243 Birth of an Art (Anton Chekhov and the New Theatre) 246 Comments on the Nature of Artists with a few Specific References to the Case of Edgar Allan Poe 254 Afterword by John S. Bak 259