A Streetcar Named Desire Essay | Student Essay

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"A Streetcar Named Desire" - the Character of Mitch

Summary: Essay evaluates Tennessee Williams' presentation of Mitch in "A Streetcar Named Desire" and shows how much I consider him to be superior to the other males.
We first meet the real character of Harold Mitchell playing poker in scene three, and at first it seems he is just one of the "rough bunch". We eventually come to realize, however, he is in fact different to these other men. Hovering in and out, through the portieres, these visual stage divisions, mirror Mitch's personal divisions inside; a conflict which prevents him from completely fitting in with the rest of the poker team.

Tennessee Williams' shows us, in some ways Mitch can appear quite similar to Stanley. They both suffered through war together and now work at the same car plant, yet, through all this, Mitch and Stanley have developed very differently. One possible explanation for this is the troubles Mitch has faced in the past.

"Sorrow makes for sincerity"

Another conflict faces him now in the present...

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