Lillian Hellman

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United States playwright


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MEMORIES OF LILLIAN HELLMAN have faded, but the controversy over her continues.
Lillian Hellman was born in 1905 in New Orleans to parents of German Jewish descent and died in 1984 in the midst of a lawsuit about truth.
Lillian Hellman was a writer, a Jew, a southerner, a Communist and fellow-traveler, and an economically self-sufficient and sexually liberated woman.
Lillian Hellman, who was such a case, sat prominently at the head of the table, trying to fill inside straights and betting into hands that even a neophyte would recognize as unbeatable.
Lillian Hellman y Thornton Wilder, entre los norteamericanos .
Lillian Hellman, the American who wrote the play in the 1930s, heard about the Scottish case from her lover, Dashiell Hammett, author of 'The Maltese Falcon'.
Friday, Lillian Hellman Room, Hilton Eugene; "Education Funding Mythbusters" to be discussed by Kent Hunsaker, executive director of Confederation of Oregon School Administrators and attorney Christy Monson; guest/gallery admission is $5, free for City Club members; meeting will be broadcast Monday at 6:30 p.
Not unlike Lillian Hellman, who wrote the original book with '50s McCarthyism in mind, Zimmerman sees Voltaire's tale as an apt critique of contemporary times.
Montserrat, which Lillian Hellman adapted for the stage and which is personal to me because I played in it when I was 14 years old .
Gaines, William Faulkner, Tennessee Williams, Lillian Hellman, Katherine Anne Porter, Margaret Walker, William Styron, and Arna Bontemps.
Lillian Hellman, in defence of democracy, refused to testify and wrote to the committee the memorable words: "I cannot and will not cut my conscience to fit this year's fashions.
This Second World War drama should be a damp squib, but it works well thanks largely to a snappy script from Lillian Hellman, who adapted it from her own story.
Identifying notable scrapbookers ranging from Zelda Fitzgerald to Lillian Hellman to Anne Sexton, "Scrapbooks" draws from Jessica Helfand's own personal collection of more than 200 scrapbooks that collective span more than one hundred years of American history.
Keywords: American drama, Lillian Hellman, literary historiography, feminism, homophobia, lesbian desire
By the time the writer Lillian Hellman testifies on Mar 21, 1952, many people in Hollywood feel that it is time to stand up to them.