Tennessee: Letters: Mar. 16, 1962

Sir:

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

Sir:

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 suffer—if...

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