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TennesseeWilliams A Streetcar named Desire is a story about a woman named Blanche DuBois who has had several issues from life which causes destruction by detaching herself from reality Blanche is in constant battle with reality fantasy through magic and seeks the protection and companionship in the arms of strangersBlanche believes that she cannot survive in the world as it is and reality is too harsh so she must somehow create illusions that will allow her to maintain her delicate fragile hold on life I want magic I try to give that people I misrepresent things to then I dont tell truth I tell what ought to be truth p145 This quote illustrate that lying to herself and to others allow her to make life appear as if should be rather than what it is Fantasy allows her to create a different version of herself in order to appeal to the people around her Bought this adorable colored paper lantern put it over the light bulb p60 I cant stand a naked light bulb p60 Blanches way to seem more innocent and youthful then she really is and that she has been living her life in the dark hiding herself in the murky shadows of her sexual behavior Her ultimate goal was to manipulate reality until her fantasy becomes reality Its a Barnum and Bailey world Just as phony as can be But it wouldnt be if you believe in me p 120 By her singing this she is actually telling a story of how she views the world and believes a more pleasant view of reality over actual reality Her final goal was to manipulate reality until her fantasy becomes realityAnd then the searchlight which had been turned on the world was turned off again and never for one moment since has there been a light thats stronger than this kitchen candle p115 Represents the
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