There would be thousands of page to write for describing the psychological evolutions which occurred along the life and the artistic career of this very outstanding writer performer.
We can anticipate here only some experiences that the author got through his young age, and which impressed very deeply his personality. He was sensitive and easy to impress. He felt week, in a society where the physical strenght was the most attribute of respect. So he portrays typically the southern american society like a society of rude workers who care about money and instinctive satisfactions. No cultural interest passes by the life that the young Williams has observed so carefully. The characters that he describe so pretty in details, are the same ones who populated his own daily time. We just wonder if he has loved or just meprised his own characters, the figures that he represented in his works.
At last, we are motived to think that his sensitiveness would have moved him to support his figures, because he's always oriented to spot the human hidden feelings behing the dirt side that covers all human relations. This peculiarity makes him a humanist writer, as well a very psychological artist.