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Tennessee Williams

Tennessee Williams left his literary rights to Sewanee, The University of the South.
  popular and acclaimed U.S. playwright known for such works as A Streetcar Named Desire (1911-1983)
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  • Tennessee Williams left his literary rights to Sewanee, The University of the South.
  • I imagine her tying it on in her heaven, drinking mint juleps with Tennessee Williams and Dean Martin.
    Alice Sebold  --  The Lovely Bones
  • He was mentioned after Tennessee Williams and Elizabeth Bishop, whose addresses were listed.
    Jack Gantos  --  Hole in My Life
  • I put the good, old stuff—Robert Penn Warren, Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Capote, Dickens, Wolfe, Tennessee Williams, Steinbeck—on the top shelf, in case of floods.
    Rick Bragg  --  All Over but the Shoutin’
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Tennessee Williams [9] , Mark Twain [4] , Washington Irving [5] , Ernest Hemingway [6] , James Baldwin [7] , Upton Sinclair [7] , Arthur Miller [8] , F. Scott Fitzgerald [8] , Herman Melville [8] , Jack Kerouac [8] , Jack London [8] , John Steinbeck [8] , Joseph Conrad [8] , Langston Hughes [8] , Mary Shelley [8] , Nathaniel Hawthorne [8] , Ray Bradbury [8] , William Faulkner [8] , Anton Chekhov [9] , Edith Wharton [9] , J.D. Salinger [9] , James Fenimore Cooper [9] , Willa Cather [9]
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