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Williams would have only one more commercial success, Night of the Iguana in 1961, after his partnership with Kazan ended.John Lahr’s Biography Perfectly Captures Tennessee Williams’ Tortured Greatness|Wendy Smith|September 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But this book reinforces the image created in A Life—Kazan at his prickliest.
Williams was far more emotionally fragile than Kazan would ever be; he was a sympathetic, non-judgmental ear.
Yet Kazan himself realized that his testimony would cast a shadow he could never entirely escape.
His artistic thoughtfulness and precision are also evident in the 2009 collection Kazan on Directing.
Under Gray Wolf's and Kazan's feet the snow grew hard in the path they made.
She flattened herself out on her belly, and panted to show Kazan her contentment and satisfaction.
Joan turned and locked the cabin door, and Kazan heard a sob in her throat as they followed the man down to the river.
At his feet was McCready's whip, and in the passion of the moment he seized it and sprang upon Kazan.
The trick had failed, and with a rumble of the dog-snarl in his throat, Kazan reached the wolf in a single bound.