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      A great play that presents the woman role in the society, the New south through the analysis of a number of characters:

      Elysian field is between the river and railroad in a poor quarter of New Orleans, desire. Represented by


      Stella, Stanley, Eunice, and Steve.

      Blanche, is the opposition.

      Belle reve is the name of her family estate, she is from Mississippi.

      White colums, slaves Refined, speech overly, delicate beauty, coquettish, clothing, poof.

      the represents the old south and its values.

      Stanley’s poor statues pointed by Blanche, he is polish.

      He changes in front of her→ very different background, not modest.

      Stella, is dominated by her husband because she needs him to continue on living ” she’s having a baby” ...


      • A street car named desire by Tennessee Williams
      Blanche believes she can get away with such a sexual double standard because she doesn’t live in a world full of boundaries–> she commits pedophilia.

      Important scene, Classical theme tragedy, you don’t see violence, the rape scene, and more shocking.

      Written

      in 1977, the play would not have been performed.

      Blanche loses everything, she loses the purity, protection the old south.

      The old south is crashing up against the new melting pot.

      a tragic play that presents the porr role of women during the 1920s because of the made dominance society.




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