Theater Critic Kalem's cover piece on Tennessee Williams was refreshing, especially in view of the bandwagoning upper-middlebrow critical sniping at the man's plays widespread the past five, six years.
EDWARD ALBEE New York City
SIR: SUITABLE QUOTATION WOULD BE LAST LINE OF BLANCHE.* ALL FRIENDS ARE DELIGHTED. IT'S A TRULY KIND PIECE.
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS NEW ORLEANS
When an author lets loose the sewer of his mind isn't it about time the critics cried "Foul"?
JOHN E. ELIASON Greensboro, N.C.
Sir: Having seen Iguana, I can see that Williams must sufferif...