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Street Car Named Desire Essay Our lives are consumed by the past The past of what we once did what we once accomplished and what we once could call our own As we look back on these past memories we seldom realize the impact these events have on our present lives The loss of a past love mars are future relationships the loss of our family influences the choices we make today and the loss of our dignity can confuse the life we live in the present These losses or deaths require healing from which you need to recover The effects of not healing can cause devastation as apparent in the movie A Streetcar Named Desire The theme of A Streetcar Named Desire is death We encounter this idea first with the death of Blanche and Stellas relationship as sisters Blanche and Stella had a life together once in Bel Reve and when Stella decided to move on in her life and leave Blanche never could forgive her This apparent in the scene when Blanche first arrives in New Orleans and meets Stella at the bowling alley Stella and Blanche sit down for a drink and we immediately see Blanches animosity towards Stella Blanche blames Stella for abandoning her at Bel Reve leaving Blanche to handle the division of the estate after their parents die As result of Stellas lack of support we see Blanche become dependent on alcohol and lose her mental state Blanche comes to be a a terrible reck through out the movie as we learn of the details of her life at Bel Reve Her loss of the entire estate and her struggle to get through an affair with a seventeen year old student This baggage that Blanche carries on her shoulders nips at Stella through out eventually causing the demise of her relationship As Blanches visit goes on with Stella the nips become too great
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