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Analysis of A Streetcar Named Desire Every person in this world feels the necessity of been loved at least one time in their life Blanche feels this necessity and she tried to make herself loved but she has failed Blanche arrives in New Orleans in a streetcar with only one desire to find someone who would love her Her sister Stella was her only family member left and Blanche goes to her in order to find a solution for her problems Blanche lives in a world of illusions that she uses to hide from the real world In the first scene we notice Blanche is very nervous and drinking alcohol to elude her reality Then she tells her sister about the lost of Belle Reve the family mansion In this scene we see that she felt guilty for her personality She uses many arguments trying to justify the lost of Belle Reve Blanche is trying to show the others that all the circumstances have lead her to be hostile and in some way violent Her sister abandoned her and her family at a very young age Blanche has seen how every member of her family died and abandoned her She feels horrible about the little phrase Dont let me go that every moribund of her house tells her before dying as if though she was able of do something to help them Gradually she was getting lonely in the mansion Her husband also died and she was left completely alone Blanche now lives in a mansion with too many rooms that she cannot fill In her necessity of being loved she becomes a prostitute hoping that one of the gentlemen that she works for love her Also she seduces a seventeen-year-old boy This causes more problems for the poor Blanche She was now jobless so at this point in her life Blanche has lost everything except for her little sister She was her only
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