LOVE AND DEATH
IN
TENNESSEE WILLIAMS

by
John J. Fritscher, Ph.D.
(aka) Jack Fritscher, Ph.D.

Published, Loyola University Library, 1967.
Chapters published in the journal Modern Drama and in the Journal of Popular Culture.

PRECIS-SYNOPSIS FOR DOCTORAL ORALS PRESENTATION

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1:
The American Blues: Williams' Heritage of Tension in Matter and Form

CHAPTER 2:
Place and Time: Always Too Late At Moon Lake

CHAPTER 3:
Williams' Art Theme of Poesis, Poet and Poem: Some Unit of His Imagery

CHAPTER 4:
Toward A Theory Of Alienation Metaphor: Sex and Violence In Williams

CHAPTER 5:
Religion and the Experience of God in Tennessee Williams

CHAPTER 6:
The Textual Posture of Tennessee Williams

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Copyright 2007 by Jack Fritscher, Ph.D. & Mark Hemry - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED