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a spell of cold weather


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"Blackberry Winter" is part of the national New Play Network's rolling world premiere initiative, in which a playwright works with creative teams in at least three unrelated theater organizations to produce the same script within a 12-month period.
And as he says in the essays about writing them, "Blackberry Winter" and 'The Patented Gate and the Mean Hamburger" were attempts by Warren to "locate" himself.
She also wrote a biography of her teacher and collaborator, Ruth Benedict (1974), and an autobiography, Blackberry Winter (1972).
The Circus in the Attic (1948), which included "Blackberry Winter," considered by some critics to be one of Warren's supreme achievements, is a volume of short stories, and Selected Essays (1958) is a collection of some of his critical writings.
Although most of Lapsley's sources are published and well known--including Mead's autobiography Blackberry Winter (1972), several biographies of both Mead and Benedict, and historical studies of the first half of the 20th century--the book is not merely a remixing of familiar ingredients.
He had names for seasons--January Thaw, Blackberry Winter, Whippoorwill Winter, Strawberry Moon, Indian Summer, Dog Days, and others I can't remember.