No matter how bumpy his life got, Williams wrote every day. Many of his most famous plays began as short stories and character sketches--and this volume provides an excellent sampling of them. He had a keen eye, a generous heart and a robust sense of humor. All of which he brought to bear in these depictions of bruised drifters, fading neurotics and gritty opportunists.
An unflinchingly frank and unfailingly compassionate portfolio from a neglected master.
~ recommended March, 2012