1. Tennessee Williams left Washington University for the University of Iowa in 1937, and he finally graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1938—the same year a radio adaptation of Me, Vashya hit airways.
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5. In 1929, Tennessee Williams enrolled at the University of Missouri to study journalism.
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14. Tennessee Williams moved often to stimulate his writing, living in New York, New Orleans, Key West, Rome, Barcelona, and London.
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15. Tennessee Williams lived for a time in New Orleans' French Quarter, including 722 Toulouse Street, the setting of his 1977 play Vieux Carre.
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21. Tennessee Williams left his literary rights to The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, an Episcopal school, in honor of his maternal grandfather, Walter Dakin, an alumnus of the university.
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27. Tennessee Williams feared that, like his sister Rose, he would fall into insanity.
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30. Tennessee Williams lived for a time in New Orleans' French Quarter; first at 722 Toulouse Street, the setting of his 1977 play Vieux Carre.
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31. In 1936, Tennessee Williams enrolled at Washington University in St Louis; while there, he wrote the play Me, Vashya.
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32. Tennessee Williams set himself a goal of writing one story a week, working on Saturday and Sunday, often late into the night.
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