The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone was the celebrated debut novel, albeit a thin one, of acclaimed author and playwright Tennessee Williams - a A Streetcar Named Desire and The Glass Menagerie being perhaps his most famous two works.
In this gripping overseas romance, narrated with a graceful British lilt by Shirley Knight, a wealthy aging actress, Karen Stone, is adrift in Rome after her husband dies of a fatal heart attack during the journey over. When she falls for a much younger Italian lover, the passion ignites and treachery commences in richly rewarding detail.
©1950 The University of the South; (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC
"Splendid characterization." (Library Journal)
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