Doctor Wayne W. Dyer, a popular self-empowerment author claims, "The state of your life is nothing more than a reflection of your state of mind." Blanche Dubois the protagonist in A Streetcar Named Desire is a perfect example of this quotation. Her life was full of tragedy and hardship. She dealt with these hardships in a destructive and negative manner, thus, causing her more hardship and tragedy. In the end, this vicious cycle eventually cost Blanche her sanity. Throughout A Streetcar Named Desire, Williams develops the idea that Blanche is incapable of coping with hardship properly. Blanche lies, engages in numerous sexual relationships, drinks and bathes to escape and soothe her pain. Blanche's methods are ineffective and temporary ways to cope with pain.
Blanche's bathing habits occur passim in A Streetcar Named Desire.…
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