Tennessee Williams quote about invention from The Glass Menagerie (1944) - It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.
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It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.

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Tennessee Williams quote about invention from The Glass Menagerie (1944) - It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.
Tennessee Williams quote about invention from The Glass Menagerie (1944) - It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.
Tennessee Williams quote about invention from The Glass Menagerie (1944) - It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.
Tennessee Williams quote about invention from The Glass Menagerie (1944) - It is only in his work that an artist can find reality and satisfaction, for the actual world is less intense than the world of his invention and consequently his life, without recours to violent disorder, does not seem very substantial.