Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, written in 1955 by Tennessee Williams.

BrickEdit

  • One man has one great good true thing in his life. One great good thing which is true! I had friendship with Skipper. You are namin' it dirty!

Big DaddyEdit

  • What's that smell in this room? Didn't you notice it, Brick? Didn't you notice the powerful and obnoxious odor of mendacity in this room?

MaggieEdit

  • I'm not living with you! We occupy the same cage, that's all.
  • One more crack, queenie, just one, and I will not only spit in your eye but I will punch it black and blue!

DialogueEdit

Maggie: I'll win, all right.
Brick: Win what? What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?
Maggie: Just staying on it, I guess. As long as she can.
Big Daddy: Why do you drink so much?
Brick: Gimme another drink and I'll tell you.

External linksEdit

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Last modified on 9 April 2014, at 18:23