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Top 250 Tennessee Williams Quotes (2023 Update)
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Tennessee Williams Quote: “I followed, from then on, in my father’s footsteps, attempting to find in motion what was lost in space.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I felt a great depression, probably because I never believed that anything would continue, would hold. I never thought my advance would maintain its ground. I always thought there would be a collapse immediately after the advance.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Kenneth Hari does not paint portraits as they are but as he is. I feel he is hiding something from me. To board a train into his mind would give me a ride into dark adventure.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “You see, baby, after a glass or two of wine I’m inclined to extravagance.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Val: Why do you go out there? Sandra: Because dead people give such good advice. Val: What advice do they give? Sandra: Just one word- live!”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “A bedroom is just as nice as whoever sleeps in it with you.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “We mustn’t scream at each other, the walls in this house have ears...”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Why, you’re not crippled, you just have a little defect – hardly noticeable, even! When people have some slight disadvantage like that, they cultivate other things to make up for it – develop charm – and vivacity – and – charm!”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “If I am no longer disturbed myself, I will deal less with disturbed people, but I don’t regret having concerned myself with them because I think most of us are disturbed.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I will read long books and the journals of dead writers. I will feel closer to them than I ever felt to people I used to know before I withdrew from the world. It will be sweet and cool this friendship of mine with dead poets, for I won’t have to touch them or answer their questions. They will talk to me and not expect me to answer. And I’ll get sleepy listening to their voices explaining the mysteries to me. I’ll fall asleep with the book still in my fingers, and it will rain.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “To you, whoever you are, when I am gone – remember to be kind tonight to some lonely person. For me.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “The biggest of all differences in this world is between the ones that had or have pleasure in love and those that haven’t and hadn’t any pleasure in love, but just watched with sick envy.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Well, sooner or later, at some point in your life, the thing that you lived for is lost or abandoned, and then... you die, or find something else.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “It’s no tragedy, Freckles. Glass breaks so easily. No matter how careful you are.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “When I stop working the rest of the day is posthumous. I’m only really alive when I’m writing.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I have always been pushed by the negative. The apparent failure of a play sends me back to my typewriter that very night, before the reviews are out. I am more compelled to get back to work than if I had a success.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Most of the confidence which I appear to feel, especially when influenced by noon wine, is only a pretense.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “An artist must believe in himself. Your belief is contagious. Others may say he is vain, but they are affected.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I want to infect you with the tremendous excitement of living, because I believe that you have the strength to bear it.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I’ve been accused of having a death wish but I think it’s life that I wish for, terribly, shamelessly, on any terms whatsoever.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Life is such a mysteriously complicated thing that no one should really presume to judge and condemn the behavior of anyone else.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I like you to be exactly the way that you are, because in all my experience, I have never known anyone like you.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Princess, the great difference between people in this world is not between the rich and the poor or the good and the evil, the biggest of all differences in this world is between the ones that had or have the pleasure in love and those that haven’t and hadn’t any pleasure in love, but just watched it with envy, sick envy. The spectators and the performers.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I wrote because I had to. I couldn’t stop. There wasn’t anything else I could do. If no one ever bought anything, anything I ever did, I’d still be writing. It’s beyond a compulsion.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “The girl who said ‘no’ – she doesn’t exist anymore, she died last summer – suffocated in smoke from something on fire inside her.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “One man has one great true thing in his life. One great good thing that is true!”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Young, gifted, and destitute...”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Life that winter in Rome: a golden dream, and I don’t mean Rafaello and the mimosa and the total freedom of life. Stop there: What I do mean is the total freedom of life and Rafaello and the mimosa and the letto matrimoniale and the Frascati when morning work was over.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I saw that it was all over, put away in a box like a doll no longer cared for, the magical intimacy of our childhood together.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “There’s no better credit card in the world than driving up at a bank door in a Cadillac limousine.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I gave up visiting my psychoanalyst because he was meddling too much in my private life.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “But I think the spirit of man is a good adversary.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Chance, you’ve gone past something you couldn’t afford to go past; your time, your youth, you’ve passed it. It’s all you had and you’ve had it.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I believe the way to write a good play is to convince yourself it is easy to do, then go ahead and do it with ease.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “We’re left alone with each other. We have to creep close to each other and give gentle little nudges with our paws and our muzzles before we can slip into sleep and rest for the next day’s playtime.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Some people say that science clears up all the mysteries for us. In my opinion it only creates more!”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “When things don’t change, their sameness becomes an accretion. That is why all society puts on flesh. Succumbs to the cubicles and begins to fill them.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I soon found myself becoming indifferent to people. A well cynicism rose in me. Conversations all sounded as if they had been recorded years ago and were being played back on a turntable.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “You were a wonderful lover... Such a wonderful person to go to bed with, and I think mostly because you were really indifferent to it.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “The human animal is a beast that dies and if he’s got money he buys and buys and buys and I think the reason he buys everything he can buy is that in the back of his mind he has the crazy hope that one of his purchases will be life everlasting! – Which it never can be...”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I cannot imagine any witch of a woman casting a spell over you.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “I have met a great many people, nearly all friendly, many of whom I was fairly intimate with in one way of another, but nobody has seemed as close to me in spirit as you are. That was why I thought only of you at those times when my life seemed in danger of falling to pieces.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Hell is yourself and the only redemption is when a person puts himself aside to feel deeply for another person.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “When things don’t change, their sameness becomes an accretion.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Like a Cat on a hot tin roof.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Everyone says he’s sincere, but everyone isn’t sincere. If everyone was sincere who says he’s sincere there wouldn’t be half so many insincere ones in the world and there would be lots, lots, lots more really sincere ones!”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “If I could just give myself to the steady peace of the rain. That lovely steady peace.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “It’s hard enough for me to write what I want to write without me trying to write what you say they want me to write which I don’t want to write.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “The trouble is that I am being bullied and intimidated by my own success and the fame that surrounds it and what people expect of me and their demands on me. They are forcing me out of my natural position as an artist so that I am in peril of ceasing to be an artist at all. When that happens I will be nothing because I cannot be a professional writer.”
Tennessee Williams Quote: “Take by surprise and the world gives up resistance.”
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