Analyzing Tennessee Williams's "Streetcar"
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The paper explores the uses of lyrics and the sincere hope to stir the audience in "A Streetcar Named Desire", by Tennessee Williams. More specificallly, the paper examines the use of repetition, the use of colloquial language and voice, varied tonal rhythms and dramatic punctuation.
From the Paper:""A Streetcar Named Desire", written by Tennessee Williams, is a benchmark dramatic play that offers many qualities to the viewer and/or reader. When one comes across such a touching and paramount work of American theatre, it is natural that one should dissect why this occurs. "A Streetcar Named Desire" evokes a lot of emotion when interacting with the reader or audience, and it does this seamlessly through its use of language. Language= in a theatrical sense- seems to be the lifeblood of a good work of writing. Surely, "A Streetcar Named Desire" uses a canon of qualities to make an impact. These qualities are lyrical and sincerely hope to stir the..."
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