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The Day on Which a Man Dies (an occidental Noh Play). Miami, Unpublished.
And Tell Sad Stories of the Deaths of Queens... Havana, Cuba, Unpublished.
Now and at the Hour of Our Death. n.p., Unpublished.
The Demolition Downtown. n.p.,
No Sight Would Be Worth Seeing. n.p.,
The Drunken Fiddler. v.p., ca. Unpublished.
Happy August the Tenth. n.p., ca. Unpublished short story.
Stairs to the Roof. New Orleans, Unpublished play.
Scope and Content Note
Sweet Bird of Youth. n.p., ca.
Man Bring This Up Road. n.p.,
The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore. n.p.,
Do it Yourself Interview. n.p., Unpublished.
Candles to the Sun. n.p., Unpublished play.
The Night of the Iguana. n.p.,
The Twister. n.p., Unpublished and unproduced.
Hide and Seek or Whipmaster. n.p.,
Golden Rules for Playwrights. Acapulco, Mexico, Unpublished.
Night of the Iguana. n.p., Play.
Baby Doll. n.p.,
A Man Grows Long... n.p.,
Letter to the drama editor of the
New York Times. New York,
A reply to the Point of View (POV) of critic Marya Mannes. New York,
Mama's Old Stucco House. n.p.,
The Mutilated, and
The Gnadiges Fraulein. n.p.,
What's Next on the Agenda, Mr. Williams? n.p., Unpublished.
A Recluse and His Guest. n.p.,
The Tread-Mill. n.p., Never published.
One Arm. n.p., ca. Screenplay of the short story. Unproduced.
Letter to Virginia Carr. Key West, Florida,
August 18-19, 1970.
Tennessee Williams and Friends. New York: World Publishing Company,
“We Are Coming Home to Die...” [first line].
“Ain't it a Pity”.
“She That Comes Late to the Dance”.
“A Witch and Her Daughter...” [first line].
“A Moment in a Room”.