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A Streetcar Named Desire Chapter Summary & Analysis - Scene 6 Summary

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Scene 6 Summary

Scene 6 is the date between Mitch and Blanche that occurs immediately after Blanche's encounter with the young newspaper collector. The scene opens as they return to the flat about 2:30 in the morning. They have been to an amusement park. The Kowalskis are still out with the Hubbells from upstairs. Mitch and Blanche are both in a depressed mood. It has not been a fun evening. They both apologize for not being more entertaining.

As they stand at the doorway searching for the apartment key in Blanche's bag, Blanche tells Mitch she has outstayed her welcome with Stan and Stella and must soon pack up and leave. She then goes into a dreamy state as she looks at the stars. Mitch asks if he may kiss her. She replies that he does not have to ask permission. He is confused because Blanche had spurned his advances one night...

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