Critical Essays on Tennessee Williams by Robert A
They seem to focus on the death, war, and financial problems; all present in every day life of characters in William Saroyan's novel, The Human Comedy....
Critical Essays in William Saroyan
William Saroyan (pronounced ; : ; 31 August 1908 - 18 May 1981)was an Armenian-American and . The setting of many of his stories andplays is the center of life in California in his native .
Saroyan decided to become a writer after his mother showed him some of his father's writings. A few of his early short articles were published in . His first stories appeared in the 1930s. Among these was "The Broken Wheel", written under the name Sirak Goryan and published in the Armenian journal in 1933. Many of Saroyan's stories were based on his childhood experiences among the Armenian-American fruit growers of the or dealt with the rootlessness of the immigrant. The short story collection (1940), an international bestseller, was about a young boy and the colorful characters of his immigrant family. It has been translated into many languages.