#FictionFriday: “A Street Car Named Desire”

Screenshot_2014-02-07-07-47-16-1It’s #FictionFriday! Recommend one of your favorite books to a friend! One of my favorites is “A Street Car Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams. Even though it’s really a play, Williams’ characters and story come to life on each page just as well as any novel. I love his complex characters that make you hate them and love them all at the same time. Poor crazy Blanche!

The first time I read this play was my junior year of high school in English class and I’ve been enthralled with Tennessee Williams’ work ever since!


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