This three part essay will elaborate on the ambience in the tight and enclosed environment that Tennesee Williams A Streetcar Named Desire is set in. The cultural differences between the characters and how they change from protagonists to antagonists will also be explored. Furthermore, there will also be an explanation as to how the background music sets the scene and mood for the unfolding collapse into both the emotional and physical wellbeing of the main characters in the play.
Characters, Action and Dialogue. How the language spoken by Blanche and Stanley in A Streetcar Named Desire reveal the kind of people they are
Blanche and Stanley are, on the surface, completely different people with contrasting aspirations, ambitions and expectations of what is to be achieved and acquired in life. Blanche’s self-esteem and image is based upon a debonair aura, Continue reading Analysis of Patriachal Convention In Tennessee Williams ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’