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A critique of "A Streetcar Named Desire", by Tennesse Williams. Focuses on Romantacism, and Social Expectations at the Time
The Downfall of Romanticism as portrayed in Streetcar
A central theme in "A Streetcar Named Desire" is romanticism. Blanche Dubois, a central character in Williams's play represents romanticism and its failures. Williams uses Blanche to convey his underlying theme- romantics are unable to assimilate into society. Blanche's failure in life is multi-cause, however they all relate to her romantic qualities.
Her self-destructive behavior is certainly a primary cause to her failures in life. …
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