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The Roman spring of Mrs Stone

American actress Karen Stone flees to Italy after a failed Broadway performance. Adding to her distress, her husband dies suddenly. Desperate and alone, Karen is introduced to Paolo, an incredibly handsome gigolo. Before long, their casual fling becomes an obsession that spirals Karen's life out of control.

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  • "Tennessee Williams' "The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone""@en

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  • "American actress Karen Stone flees to Italy after a failed Broadway performance. Adding to her distress, her husband dies suddenly. Desperate and alone, Karen is introduced to Paolo, an incredibly handsome gigolo. Before long, their casual fling becomes an obsession that spirals Karen's life out of control."@en
  • "A fifty-year-old ex-actress undergoes a crisis of self-recognition in Rome, after the death of her husband."@en
  • "A fifty-year-old ex-actress undergoes a crisis of self-recognition in Rome, after the death of her husband."
  • "Williams' first novel, originally published in 1950, follows Karen Stone, a lonely, fragile woman who is desperate to "stop the drift" following the death of her husband, as she becomes romantically involved with a younger man in the Italian capital."@en
  • "Mrs. Stone, a wealthy, fiftyish American widow, is beginning to adjust to the loss of her husband, her retirement from the stage, and the fading of her beauty, when she drifts into an affair with a cruel young gigolo."

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  • "Fiction"
  • "Roman américain"

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  • "The roman spring of Mrs stove"
  • "The Roman spring of Mrs Stone"@en
  • "The Roman spring of Mrs Stone"
  • "The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone"
  • "The Roman spring of Mrs. Stone"@en
  • "The roman spring of mrs. Stone"
  • "The roman spring of Mrs. Stone"
  • "TheRoman spring of Mrs. Stone"
  • "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone : Something Unspoken : Suddenly Last Summer"
  • "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone. (New edition.)"@en
  • "The Roman spring of mrs. Stone : (2. print.)"
  • "The Roman spring of Mrs, Stone"
  • "The roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"
  • "The roman spring of Mrs Stone"
  • "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"
  • "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone"@en

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