The Fugitive Kind
The Wild Lovers
He came in off the highway one rainy night—a wandering guitar player, wild-spirited, handsome, guileless—seeking shelter from the weather and from his loneliness. He found refuge in a small dry goods store operated by the wife of the dying owner. She was a fiery Italian woman, equally lonely, equally lost. In her need, she turned to the guitar player for comfort. And out of his tenderness, he gave her love. It was a wonderful love, wild with the sweetness of freedom. But in the minds of the Townspeople it became corrupt, driving them to strike out at the lovers with a venomous, violent passion.
Tennessee Williams' eloquent drama of elemental emotions, of earthy humor and corrosive fear, of tender love and brutal hate. .. is now a powerful motion picture starring Marlon Brando, Anna Magnani, Joanne Woodward, and Maureen Stapleton,
Published by Signet Books (S-1745) January 1960
Format: Paperback, 144 pages
Condition: Very Good. Tight binding, all pages intact and clean. Has minor spine damage.
includes 8 pages of scenes from the Motion Picture,
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