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us: Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983


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    • us: Williams, Thomas Lanier, III, 1911-1983
    • us: Uilʹi͡ams, Tennessi, 1911-1983
    • us: Ṿilyams, Ṭenesi, 1911-1983
    • us: Williams, T. (Tennessee), 1911-1983
    • us: Уильямс, Теннесси, 1911-1983
    • us: ווליאמס, טנסי, 1911-1983
    • us: ויליאמס, טנסי, 1911-1983
    • us: ウィリアムズ, テネシー, 1911-1983
    • us: Wiriamuzu, Teneshī, 1911-1983
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    • found: His The Glass menagerie, 1945.
    • found: His Stopped rocking and other screenplays, 1984: CIP t.p. (Tennessee Williams) data sheet (d. 1983)
    • found: His "Stekli͡annyĭ zverinet͡s" i eshche devi͡atʹ pʹes (MI) 1967: t.p. (Tennessi Uilʹi͡ams)
    • found: Bevar ha-zekhukhit, 1973: t.p. (Ṭenesi Ṿilyams) t.p. verso (Tennessee Williams [in rom.])
    • found: Contemporary authors, via WWW, June 21, 2004 (Thomas Lanier Williams; b. March 26, 1911, Columbus, MS; d. Feb. 24, 1983, at Hotel Elysee, New York, NY; Playwright, novelist, short story writer, and poet)
    • found: A streetcar named Desire, 2012: t.p. (Tennessee Williams) spine (T. Williams)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 2, 2017: Tennessee Williams (Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams III (March 26, 1911-February 25, 1983) was an American playwright; among the three foremost playwrights in 20th-century American drama; born Columbus, Mississippi; died New York City, New York; Thomas Lanier Williams III; by the late 1930s Williams had finally accepted his homosexuality. In New York City he joined a gay social circle which included fellow writer and close friend Donald Windham (1920-2010) and his then partner Fred Melton; he met and fell in love with Frank Merlo (1922-1963), an occasional actor of Sicilian heritage who had served in the U.S. Navy in World War II. This one enduring romantic relationship of Williams' life lasted 14 years; their years together, in an apartment in Manhattan and a modest house in Key West, Florida, were Williams' happiest and most productive)
    • found: Web NDL authorities, viewed May 2, 2017 (Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983; variant: ウィリアムズ, テネシー = Wiriamuzu, Teneshī)
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    • PS3545.I5365
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    • 1980-07-09: new
    • 2017-05-03: revised
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