Devices and desires

Devices and desires
Tennessee Williams once said that his plays were built on the wreckage of the American family. This is true, of course – the same could be said of Theodore Dreiser’s immensely gloomy novels – and yet the wreckage of Williams’s own family life comes carefully concealed, its frets and fractures covered up with all manner of innocuous lumber.
The Sunday Times

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