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This middle-aged woman does not sleep at night, knowing that her daughter is out on the town with strangers she meets in hotels. She hopes to salvage Gloria’s life and reputation by encouraging her to marry Vernon, a stable local man. ” Auto-Da-Fé is a brief but intense glimpse into the strained relationship between a sexually repressed, fanatical young man and his domineering mother. The play is a dark, tragic tale of hypocrisy, guilt, and self-loathing. Eloi’s conflict and ultimate tragedy center on his suppressed sexuality and his inability to acknowledge and accept his emotional and physical needs.
Eva and Blanch escort a pair of middle-aged tourists, Oliver and Woman, through the store with a commentary on the events that occurred there on Good Friday of the previous year. Act 1 The scene is in the same location as the prologue; however, the time frame is a year earlier, in early February. Dolly Bland and Beulah, two local townswomen, set up a buffet table in the store and discuss the poor state of Jabe Torrance’s health. Cassandra (Sandra) Whiteside visits the store in need of cartridges for her pistol, and she helps herself to them.
Hamilton, Bud Bud is an intensely dedicated young writer who, as was Williams, was criticized for spending all of his youth alone and writing. When Bud does not collect his friend, Catharine, as he had promised, his family becomes irate and embarrassed by his lack of concern for their guest. Bud arrives at his home long after Catharine has found her way there. He opens the door and sees her at the top of the stairwell. When he makes eye contact with her, he quickly departs. COMMENTARY This short story’s appeal resides in its subtleties.
Critical Companion to Tennessee Williams (Facts on File Library of American Literature) by Greta Heintzelman, Alycia Smith-howard