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We get to see all kinds of people in our life Some have great stories other are not so lucky In Tennessee Williams play we encounter alcoholism violence sexuality good and bad and something that resembles happiness In this drama we get to know the life of Stella Kowalski and Blanche Dubois Blanche one of the more interesting characters of the play is describe as a moth And just like a moth she wants to burst back into life However her pass is holding her back like a cocoon She tries to pursue a change in her life by holding secrets from other people because if other people knew they would judge her for the way she was Her pass is full of tragedies She lost the estate where Stella and Blanche used to live She had to experience the loss of her family members first hand She cared for them while they were living their last moments And lost the love of her life and she mocked him for being a homosexual He committed suicideThen we have Stella who lives her own fantasy world She is married to Stanley Kowalski In this play he is characterize as a brute of a man By Blanches word He is like an animal proves to be an adequate statement Stella is deeply in love with him despite the fact that he abuses her on scene three Stella forgives him by the end of the scene Just because of the fact that he was drinking that night She realized of his temper before they were married This behavior of Stanley thrills her on some situations On scene four she says there are things that happen between a man and a woman in the dark which sort of makes everything else seem unimportant She is implying as long as they have that sexual desire for each other there are always going to be together And it shows how strong
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