The Four Tennessee Williams plays are:
""I Rise in Flame, Cried the Phoenix"" (1959) based on the last few days and death of DH Lawrence.
""Hello from Bertha."" (1954) A disturbed drunk prostitute named Bertha wallows around while her two housemates try in vain to help her.
""The Lady of Larkspur Lotion."" (1949) Sedlachek, the owner of a fleabag hotel, who wants to evict her deadbeat tenant. She is a faded Southern belle who, despite being reduced to prostitution, tries gamely to maintain a facade of gentility. What she refers to as lotion is actually hooch. Her castle in the air is a plantation in Brazil, and the man of her dreams a ""rubber king""; but the knight who rides to her rescue turns out to be the alcoholic blocked writer who lives down the hall.
""The Purification"" (1959)
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