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  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • Tennessee Williams
  • English
  • 15 June 2019
  • 9780811216012

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Tennessee Williams ô 3 summary review Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 103 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof first heated up Broadway in 1955 with its gothic American story of brothers vying for their dying father’s inheritance amid a whirlwind of sexual. Dizzying and fantastical Cat on a Hot Tin Roof examines the emotional toll of sexual repression Brick is an aging former football star stuck in an unhappy marriage to his theatrical wife Maggie After the suicide of his former teammate and best friend Skipper Brick left the field turned to alcohol and now spends his days drinking and warding off Maggie s pleas for a child His father might have cancer and the family estate will go to his obnoxious older brother if he and Maggie don t soon start a family Laced with sarcasm the drama centers on Brick s father and Maggie s fumbling attempts to help the protagonist come to terms with Skipper s death as well as admit the homoerotic nature of the friendship something Brick vehemently denies As is typical of Williams work the play s comic elements are unsettling than funny the characters surreal sketches of social types than realistic personalities The humor works better on stage but a few moving scenes make the drama worth checking out

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Tennessee Williams ô 3 summary review Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 103 He public controversy Cat stirred up it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the Drama Critics Circle Award for that year Williams as he so often did with his plays rewrot. This is a great play but the audio version is not the way to enjoy it I would have preferred to read it myself but that option was not available and listening to a play seemed to make sense Throughout the reading I kept silently substituting the voices of Paul Newman Liz Taylor and Burl Ives and wanting to download the extraordinary movie and watch it insteadThis is a complex play about human emotions the lies we tell ourselves and others and how closely aligned love and hate can be like two heads on a Roman coin For a character who has precious little dialogue Brick Politt makes a big impression but much is missing when you cannot see facial expressions and have to imagine movementsfor much of what Brick tells us is told with his body and his face Maggie the Cat is on the other hand a woman who expresses much of what she feels verbally so she plays a bit better in audio alone No one brings a Southern household alive uite like Tennessee Williams He gets to the edge beneath the Southern drawl and honey can drip from his women while they exude poison from their pores Big men like Big Daddy were once common in Southern society and it almost feels a shame to say you probably will not find such men in the South today Williams tackles the serious issue of homosexuality in this classic and does so in a way that tells you both where the public s stood in the 1950s and foreshadows a surprisingly tolerant view beneath the surface I thought him pretty brave to take on the subject and particularly to have a man such as Big Daddy express an understanding of it I m sure it set much of his audience on their heals at the timeOne of the difficult uestions left unanswered in the play however is attached to unreuited love What are we guilty of when we turn our backs on someone who loves us in a way that we are unable to return What should a person be willing to settle for if the desire dies or is killed by the guilt Of course we only have Brick s word for his own feelings and none of these characters would be above lying to one another or to themselves but Brick and Maggie surely still have these uestions to answer when the curtain descendsOne very interesting thing this audio included was the original ending of the play and the revised ending that Williams wrote after having some suggestions from Elia Kazan I much preferred the second ending and admired Williams all the because he was able to set aside his ego and recognize that Kazan s suggestions were improvementsListening to this play has left me with a keen desire to see it on a stage After all plays are meant to be seen and heard so when you have only listened you have only gotten half of what the playwright intended to give you Of course half of Tennessee Williams is worth than all of most The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory rewrot. This is a great play but the audio version is not the way to enjoy it I would have preferred to The Big Golden Book of Poetry read it myself but that option was not available and listening to a play seemed to make sense Throughout the Wild Man Creek return What should a person be willing to settle for if the desire dies or is killed by the guilt Of course we only have Brick s word for his own feelings and none of these characters would be above lying to one another or to themselves but Brick and Maggie surely still have these uestions to answer when the curtain descendsOne very interesting thing this audio included was the original ending of the play and the Homewrecker recognize that Kazan s suggestions were improvementsListening to this play has left me with a keen desire to see it on a stage After all plays are meant to be seen and heard so when you have only listened you have only gotten half of what the playwright intended to give you Of course half of Tennessee Williams is worth than all of most

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Tennessee Williams ô 3 summary review Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 103 Ity untethered in the person of Maggie the Cat The play also daringly showcased the burden of sexuality repressed in the agony of her husband Brick Pollitt In spite of t. The characters in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof all have these strange reasons for living all based off of some sort of character flaw The way the flaws tie all the characters together symbolically is brilliantMaggie especially has a strange reason to live to be the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with no purpose in life other than to endure the unpleasant heat to survive it The she digs into the other characters it becomes clear that although they have these strange reasons for living like her husband an alcoholic who lives only for the next drink they all seem to have this common mindset that life is miserable and all they want to do is get through itWhat really makes this work is the character Big Daddy who has been diagnosed with cancer The way all the other characters think only of his inheritance and the way Big Daddy clings to life even when it seems like he doesn t even enjoy it is really interesting to readBut compared with The Glass Menagerie or A Streetcar Named Desire this play falls a little short The dialogue doesn t feel as crisp and it seems like it s just one giant monologue after another