Published May 1, 1994
by harlequin .
Written in English
|Series||Harlequin Presents No 1660|
|The Physical Object|
The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone is a well crafted short book and an easy, engaging read. Williams finely portrays the mindset of an aging actress that would be applicable to any modern celebrity, male or female, today. We see the maniacle focus on career and staying on top, the disdain of other people, the internal fear and desparation that Cited by: 3. The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone is a well crafted short book and an easy, engaging read. Williams finely portrays the mindset of an aging actress that would be applicable to any modern celebrity, male or female, today. We see the maniacle focus on career and staying on top, the disdain of other people, the internal fear and desparation that /5(37). The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone is based on a short novel of the same name by American writer and playwright Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams III . It is rumored that Williams based the story on his own relationship with a young man named Paul (to whom the novel is dedicated) during his years in Rome. The first novel by the author of The Glass and A Streetcar Named Desire this murky tale of voids and impending violence is as disturbing and lowering as thunder before a storm. Mrs. Stone, fifty and abandoned by career, beauty and emotional outlet in the death of her son-husband, in drifting purposelessly in sun-ripe Rome. Unable to relax her egocentric self-confinement, even when the .
LE BOOK NEW YORK. BROADWAY #; NEW YORK, NY ; Phone [email protected]. The Roman Spring of Mrs Stone is an extremely powerful and disturbing work. For mere pages, loosely printed and easily read in a single sitting, it delivers superb characterisation and provokes serious reflection on several not entirely unimportant issues: from personal revelation and sexual obsession to social vacuity and (lack of) cosmic /5(3). Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone Karen Stone (Mirren) is an actress whose youth is fading. Her husband is also not well, and they decide, after she flops as Juliette on Broadway, to go on vacation. Directed by José Quintero. With Vivien Leigh, Warren Beatty, Coral Browne, Jill St. John. An aging actress travels to Rome with her husband; after he suddenly dies during the flight, she begins a passionate affair with a young gigolo/10(K).
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