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In the play A Streetcar Named Desire Tennessee Williams uses his brilliant writing to bring life to his characters in the story I will be composing a character sketch on Stanley one of the main actors in the play I will focus on evaluating Stanleys ever changing character traits in the role he plays They consist of different moods that he demonstrates during the play his aggressiveness his love for Stella and also his rudeness and cruelty towards Blanche Lets begin by talking about the way Stanleys aggressiveness affects the climax of the play During scene three while the boys were playing poker Blanche and Stella come into the kitchen and as a result disrupt the games This got Stanley very angry and violent For this reason he got up and began attacking Stella Here is a passage from that scene Men Take it easy Stanley easy fellow--Lets all-- Stella You lay your hands on me and Ill57 This just proves what I was saying about one of Stanleys moods His violence and the fact that he looses control of his actions is one characteristic which I didnt particularly like at all about Stanley Heres another passage in Scene 10 that really shows how mean Stanley really is This scene depicts when Stanley gets into a fight with Blanche The scene concludes on a sour note when Blanche breaks a bottle top on the table and trys to hurt Stanley Stanley says Oh So you want some rough-house All-right lets have some rough-house130 Stanley grabbed Blanches hand which made her drop the bottle top She fell to her knees and he took advantage of her helplessness too her to the bed and raped her This is not the only dark side of Stanley as you will see in the following paragraphs On the lighter side lets think about another character trait of Stanleys caring side I know it might not appear as
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