Power and Conflict in "A Streetcar Named Desire"
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This analysis of Tennessee Williams' drama "A Streetcar Named Desire" focuses on the idea of power and conflict as it is played out between Blanche DuBois and Stanley Kowalski. The analysis maintains that the powerful brutes of the world like Stanley are responsible for the destruction of hope and innocence in tender individuals like Blanche.
From the Paper:"A central theme of Tennessee Williams' drama "A Streetcar Named Desire" revolves around innocence and reality, one that plays itself out in the conflict and struggle for power between Blanche DuBois and her brother-in-law, Stanley Kowalski. After being subjected to a variety of men in her life, Blanche DuBois is scared and scarred. She visits her sister Stella in the hopes of building a new and respectable life for herself with a suitor. However, Blanche continues to remain lost in an..."
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