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Analysis of "A Streetcar Named Desire"

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the play "A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams.
After World War II, in 1947, Tennessee Williams wrote a play called A Streetcar Named Desire, the play takes place in the jubilant city of New Orleans, it is a about a sensitive woman named Blanche who has filled her entire life of lies, illusions, and full fantasy's she could never have. With her family plantation, Bella Reve, lost and nothing to lose she decides to move to the city to stay with her sister Stella and her rough, blue-collar husband Stanley. As the play progresses, because of Blanche's frail personality, the audience begins to feel for her own unfortunate life. Stanley, who has mistrusted and despised her since her arrival begins to ruin her self-esteem everyday of her life by continually engaging in harsh arguments with her, However, the audience begins to understand that Blanche isn't as frail as we would imagine she puts...

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