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Bound into a green folder and paged internally by act with additional pages laid in. Contains numerous autograph corrections to the text. Title page dated "Fourth draft, New York, October, 1950." Also bears Williams's autograph notation: "My copy of script used during rehearsals and Chicago tryout. Tennessee Williams."

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Once I understood the nature of his hysteria and how it operated in his psyche, I saw plays as case books of hysterical behavior I hadn't understood before. I knew his collaboration with Kazan is the major collaboration of American theater of the 20th century, but I didn't understand the extent of that collaboration, or to what extent to which Kazan went in those plays. If Tennessee Williams hadn't been collaborations with Kazan, we wouldn't be having this conversation. They wouldn't have the depth or the theatricality they had.

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Originally with the manuscript housed in F32-38, the letters include three typed letters signed from Tennessee Williams to the actress Katharine Hepburn in which he attempts to persuade her to play the role of Hannah Jelkes. The three letters are similar in content, and it appears Williams never sent the first two letters but only the final one for which he retained the photocopy which is present here.

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The Tennessee Williams collection was formed from various acquisitions of Tennessee Williams’s manuscripts, including a large collection that originally belonged to Norman Unger. The University of Delaware Library acquired the Norman Unger collection in 1980, which, in addition to manuscripts, included an extensive number of books by Williams that have been cataloged for Special Collections. Other manuscripts and ephemera have been added to this collection since that time.

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The Tennessee Williams collection, spanning the dates 1939-2013, consists of an extensive collection of correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, printed material, and ephemera related to American playwright Tennessee Williams. Approximately one-half of the 4.6 linear feet of material is comprised of manuscripts of plays, poems, essays, and other work written by Williams.

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The collection also has manuscripts of several unpublished Tennessee Williams plays, including , , and . Manuscripts for his plays (1980), (undated), and (undated) are also found in the collection.

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The collection also includes personal and business correspondence from Tennessee Williams to Katherine Hepburn, Paul Bigelow, Norman Unger, Audrey Wood, and the producers of (Jerry Wald and Charles Feldman). The letters to Katherine Hepburn (F39) document Williams's unsuccessful attempt to persuade her to play the role of Hannah Jelkes in . correspondence concerns revisions to the script for the Warner Brothers film (F19-20).