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A Streetcar Named Desire

An analysis of the character of Blanche Dubois in Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

This paper explains how in Tennessee Williams play, “A Streetcar Named Desire”, Blanche Dubois gets what she deserves because she begins to believe the lies she told in order to uphold the illusion that she is still a pristine southern belle. With essay writing service calgary a tarnished reputation she arrives at her sister’s apartment in New Orleans in the hopes that she will be able to escape the scandal she caused as a school teacher in Mississippi.

When Stella asks about Belle Reve, the plantation the Bubois family owned, Blanche decides to tell her that as more family members passed away, she claims she couldn’t handle the financial depression. She had to let the Belle Reve go to pay for the funerals and processions that followed. However, she tells Stella’s husband Stanley that it was her write an essay on kathakali male ancestors that caused the lost of the plantation by stating, …our improvident grandfathers and father and uncles and brothers exchanged the land for their epic fornications–to put it plainly! The four-letter word deprived us of our plantation…”(Williams, 9).”

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