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The Character Conflicts of Blanche Dubois
unable to repeat the success of most of his early years (Internet source 5). Of course, we can also look to Blanches husbands deathand the death of all her relatives at Belle Reveas another cause of her mental illness. After having stated that he wont marry her any longer Mitch is kicked out of the apartment by Blanche. Blanche has no money or prospects, and is essentially living off Stanley while she stays as a guest in his rather small and cramped apartment. In an argument Stanley hits Stella, and Blanche uses it as an excuse to lure Stella away. But the only way to live with such a man is to go to bed with him! Blanche, on the one hand, totally despises Stanleys sensual, even animal orientation. Consequently, when Tennessee turned 16, he published his first story (see Internet source 2). When Tennessee Williams shows us whats going on in Blanches headthe shadows on the wall, the voices echoing madly, the sound of the polka music (see Symbols, Imagery, Allegory its his way of letting us know that, yes, we are correct in thinking that something. The main characters of the story are Stella and Stanley Kowalski, the home owners, Blanche DuBois, Stellas sister, Harold Mitchell (Mitch show more content, there are many external events alluded to through the text. As he passes this information on to Mitch, Stanley deliberately destroys Blanches relationship because Mitch does not want to marry her any longer.
But people like you abused her, and forced her to change. Her use of the derogatory slang Polack irritates the audience in addition to Stanley Kowalski.
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Blanche isn't like that at all; to Stanley, she comes across as artificial, affected, and phony. Does this mean that Blanche is deluding herself? That is why in scene 7/8 Mitch stands her up at her birthday extent in Punishing our Children party. Her reputation was totally destroyed and she could no longer stay there. Scene is as much about Blanches discomfort with Stanleys aggressive sexuality as it is fear for her sister. This form of psychosurgery handicapped Rose for the rest of her life an incident which may have played its part in the developpment of both Tennessees alcoholism and his dependence on various kinds of drugs (see Internet source 3). In fact Blanche admits in the fourth scene that she wants to "make myself a new life" (Williams 135).
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