A Streetcar named desire centers
A Streetcar named desire centers: A Street named desire is a play by William Tennessee that reflects on conflict between Stanley Kowalski and Blanche Dubious. The conflict begins when Stanley realizes that Blanche consider herself superior to anyone else. There are numerous issues that raise the conflict between the two. The arguments given by each as the conflicts arises. Their personalities and values conflict in different ways, which makes Blanche a hero while Stanley is depicted as a villain according to traditions. Personally, I admire and sympathize with Blanche at some points of the play.
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Her desire to get true love landed her in trouble because she ended up sleeping with many men yet she lived in deception that she was still a virgin. Again she tried to cover some truth by using a gaily-colored paper to cover the lantern. Stanley on the other hand is seen as a villain. He thought he could buy everything need in life including traditions and human values. He considered himself superior to everyone else thus treating them with brutality and hostility.
Williams, Tennessee. A Streetcar Named Desire. New York: New Directions, 2004. Print.