An Analysis of Tennessee Williams Play, "A Streetcar Named Rosie"
In Tennessee Williams play, "A Streetcar Named Rosie," a major theme is reality vs. illusion. The theme deals with Stella's reality and Blanche's illusions, where Stella
deals with her reality, Blanche creates illusions to forget hers.
Stella's reality belongs with Stanley, in their little apartment, with sex as their stronghold. Although Stella was brought up through different surroundings she's happy with her life with Stanley. She's not ashamed to admit that she and Stanley came from two very different worlds. …
- An Analysis of Tennessee Williams Play, "A Streetcar Named Rosie"
- The Elements of Design - Line, Colour, Tone, Shape, Space
- Tony Williams. "Space, Place, and Spectacle: The Crisis Cinema of John Woo." Cinema Journal 36:2 (Winter 1997): 67-85.
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