Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Further reading

  • Bloom, Harold (Ed.) Tennessee Williams, Modern Critical Views, 80. New York: Chelsea House, 1987.
  • Cañadas, Ivan. “The Naming of Straw and Ochello in Tennessee Williams’s Cat On a Hot Tin Roof”, English Language Notes 42.4 (June 2005): 57–62.
  • Clum, John M. “‘Something Cloudy, Something Clear’: Homophobic Discourse in Tennessee Williams”, South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (Winter 1989): 161–79.
  • Plooster, Nancy. “Silent Partners: Lost Lovers in American Drama”. 1995 Queer Frontiers: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual National Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Graduate Student Conference. University of Southern California. March 23–26, 1995, Ed. John Waiblinger. University of Southern California Library. USC.edu
  • Shackelford, Dean. “The Truth That Must Be Told: Gay Subjectivity, Homophobia, and Social History in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." Tennessee Williams Annual Review 1 (1998): 103–118.
  • Spoto, Donald (1985). The Kindness of Strangers: The Life of Tennessee Williams. Boston: Little Brown. ISBN 0-306-80805-6. 
  • Stanton, Stephen S. (Ed.) Tennessee Williams: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1977.
  • Winchell, Mark Royden. “Come Back to the Locker Room Ag’in, Brick Honey!”, Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture 48:4 (Fall 1995): 701–12.
  • The National, indie rock band. "City Middle" from the record "Alligator": "I think I'm like Tennessee Williams, I wait for the click; I wait, but it doesn't kick in."

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