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Posted on November 16, by sheila Next on the script shelf: There are elements in this play that show up very prominently in his major full-length plays: What life gives to some people. And she fell in love with a boy in her town … but, like Miss Alma, nothing ever worked out with him.
He married someone else. And Lucretia Collins never recovered from that blow. The play opens, and you can hear her voice pleading with someone from behind a closed door.
This person is not real. It is her fantasy come to life. Lucretia Collins has become unhinged from reality. Miss Collins has called down to the building manager to report that she has had an intruder. But, in true Tennessee Williams, fashion, she is noble. If we all were able to love one another like that, maybe the world would be a kinder place.
Lucretia Collins is a great character. Is the man still here, Miss Collins? How did he go, out the bedroom window, Miss Collins?
I seen a guy that could do that once. He crawled straight up the side of the building. They called him The Human Fly! It would be so humiliating! Of the Sunday School faculty picnic. I had the little kindergardeners that year and he had the older boys.
We rode in the cab of a railroad locomotive from Webb to Crystal Springs. It frightened me so, he put his arm round my shoulders! But she was there, too, though she had no business being. She grabbed his hat and stuck it on the back of her head and they — they rassled for it, they actually rassled together!
Everyone said it was shameless! We cooled the watermelon in the springs and afterwards played games. She hid somewhere and he took ages to find her. Did you ever hear of anything as outrageous?
Rather triumphant she was! Which one is him, Miss Collins? The tall one in the blue shirt holdiing onto one of my curls. He loved to play with them.
Quite a Romeo — model, huh?+ free ebooks online. Did you know that you can help us produce ebooks by proof-reading just one page a day? Go to: Distributed Proofreaders. Lucretia "Crete" Rudolph was a devout member of the Churches of Christ.
She was of German, Welsh, English and Irish ancestry. Lucretia Garfield's paternal great-grandfather immigrated to Pennsylvania (in a part that is now Delaware) from Württemberg, Germany.
Lucretia Rudolph was born in Garrettsville, Ohio her father was Zebulon Rudolph one of the founders of Hiram College.
She was educated at home until the age of sixteen then attended school in nearby Chesterland where she met James A. Garfield. Garfield was born in Hiram, Ohio, the third of seven children born to James Abram and Lucretia Rudolph Garfield.
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