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Psychological Analysis of Blanche from "A Streetcar Named Desire"

Summary: Provides a psychological analysis of the character of Blanche from the novel "A Streetcar Named Desire" and give examples of how she has become insane, and the steps needed to bring Blanche to be mentally healthy.
New patient Blanche Dubois is originally from Laurel, Mississippi, and released into our care by her sister Stella Dubois Kowalski, who resides in Elysian Fields, New Orleans. Blanche lived in a beautiful estate known as the Belle Reve in Laurel, and worked as a school teacher of English at the local high school. From observations, she appears to present herself as a prim, proper, and prudent person. Her past is unknown to us for now. We doubt she can understand her past either, most likely because it is clouded by so many lies and deceptions. It is necessary to reveal how Miss Dubois arrived at this mental instability, and what precautions are needed in order for her to tell the truth. Also, it is essential to divulge the steps in order to bring her to mental stability.

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