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And so Lillian Hellman lied even when she must have known how easily her lies could be proven.
Matters of veracity took their final turn in 1980 when Mary McCarthy accused Lillian Hellman of being a "dishonest writer," which she further famously elaborated by saying "every word she writes is a lie, including and and the" (323).
While Gaines's novel touches on the issue of homosexual relationships between black men, chapters four and five examine the texts of Lillian Hellman, Katherine Anne Porter, and Margaret Walker that depict the ambiguous queer intimacy between the plantation mistress and her black maid.
La calumnia de Lillian Hellman obtuvo un exito notorio cuando se estreno en 1934, y tambien cuando se reestreno en 1952, debido a su tratamiento del lesbianismo.
Which brings me to Lillian Hellman, our lady of the eternal grudge, who was still suing Mary McCarthy when she died, and I wouldn't be surprised to see her waving a warrant when everybody else is raptured up.
Thomas Carl Austenfeld concludes his critical study of Kay Boyle, Katherine Anne Porter, Jean Stafford, and Lillian Hellman with a series of questions.
Playwright Lillian Hellman was one of those who refused, saying "I will not cut my conscience to fit this year's fashions.
On the other hand, the music is allied to sharp lyrics from a string of notables including Lillian Hellman, Dorothy Parker, Stephen Sondheim and Bernstein himself.
A collection of essays edited by Whitney Chadwick and Isabelle de Courtivron, entitled Significant Others: Creativity & Intimate Partnership2 describes, among others, the relationships of Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin, Clara and Andre Malraux, Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, and Lillian Hellman and Dashiell Hammett.
Last year, while mounting Peter Feibleman's Cakewalk, about his twenty-five-year relationship with Lillian Hellman, Loewenberg discovered that he controlled Hellman's estate.