Cat On A Hot Tin Roof
Tennessee Williams
Penguin
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  • ISBN: 9788130906393
  • Category: Books For 500 or Less
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Laden with alcohol, an aging former football star now limps across stage with a broken ankle. His name is Brick Pollitt, a main character in Tennessee Williams’s second Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Produced in 1955, the work confronts homosexuality, father/son relationship, greed, manipulation, aging, and death. Brick is the son that his colossal-like father, Big Daddy, wants to inherit his estate; he is the son who had everything going for him but then fell apart. Brutally realistic, the play reaches its climax when Brick is forced to face the truth about his surrendered life and Big Daddy learns that his own life soon will end. "The bird that I hope to catch in the net of this play is not the solution of one man’s psychological problem. I’m trying to catch the true quality of experience in a group of people, that cloudy, flickering, evanescent–fiercely charged!–interplay of live human beings in the thundercloud of a common crisis.
  • ISBN: 9788130906393
  • Category: Books For 500 or Less
  • Publisher: Penguin
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