Hello everybody! We're four students (Kate, Olga, Ann & Lena) of the Department of Foreign Languages and Area Studies of Lomonosov Moscow State University. This is our first sample blog dedicated to American Literature issues and to elaboration of our Final Web-Project. If you're interested - welcome!

Thursday, March 29, 2007

Good evening

Oh, I think I found a treasure!

Here you'll find the scanned collection of Williams' novels.

By the way, I've chosen Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. If you go to the American Centre, you won't find any Tenesse Williams there, because I took the only book resembling the one from the link above. One remained, containing The Night of the Iguana. Besides, at the Centre I found two books with some critical essays, I'll look through them next time when I visit it.

In the photograph you'll see the book I lent :)


ewe said...

Hello, Ann!
Hmm... Sorry, but I have to disappoint you: the link you've posted can't be very helpful for us, because there is a phrase that spoils everything: "These pages are not part of this book preview". And "these" pages are 10-16, 19-28, 31-45, 46-74, 76-83, 85-107, 109-247...
In other words, NO scanning texts, but only the stuff between them...
so, it's a pity :(
and ALL books (links to them) which could be foung with the help of this Google Book Search have an unpleasing inscription such as "Limited view" or "Snipped view". I think you understand what I mean. Those which have "full view" can be much less helpful for us.
:( no texts. NOWHERE in the Net!((

anna_filatova said...

I am heading for the Foreign Literature Library. I've seen a couple of Am Lit anthologies that contained T.Williams' plays. I'lll let you know.

dedi-KATE-d said...

Thanks a lot! That would be very helpful for some of us who still lack the texts.