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The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone By Tennessee Williams

The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams

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Summary

Mrs Stone changed from a famous, rich American actress to a notorious, very rich American widow. But the transition took years and all that time her youth and legendary beauty slipped away. Frantic, she decides to take a lover, a young and very handsome Italian, being prepared to invest in his body for good return.

The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone Summary

The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams

Mrs Stone changed from a famous, rich American actress to a notorious, very rich American widow. But the transition took years and all that time her youth and legendary beauty slipped away. So she escapes to Rome. But even the distractions of the Eternal City cannot stop old age wrinkling its way into her life. Frantic, she decides to take a lover, a young and very handsome Italian, being prepared to invest in his body for good return. But the price is too expensive. Not in money, but in her dignity.

About Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier Williams) was born in 1911 in Mississippi where he was brought up before moving to St Louis. He studied at the Universities of Washington and Iowa, and in New York while embarking on a career as a playwright. He achieved popular and critical success with many of his plays including The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. He also wrote a novella, and some collections of poems and short stories. His Memoirs appeared in 1975. He died in 1983.

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GOR002429222
9780099288626
0099288621
The Roman Spring Of Mrs Stone by Tennessee Williams
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Vintage Publishing
19990401
128
N/A
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