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The Rose Tattoo (1951)

by Tennessee Williams

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O slinger! crack the nut of my eye! my heart twittered with

joy under the splendour of the quicklime, the bird sings О


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women and this world has more beauty than a ram's skin


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Serafina Delle Rose retreats from the world when her beloved husband dies, but is reawakened to life's joys when she meets Alfaro, who reminds her of her husband and wears the same symbol of love, the rose tattoo.

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