Discussion on what extent the play "Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennesse Williams is a allegorical play.
In the play, "Streetcar Named Desire", Tennessee Williams presents the allegory of the new, young, industrialized and more intensive working class thriving over the old and dying aristocratic southern society.
The play is centered on a struggle between Blanche Dubois and Stanley Kowalski. Blanche symbolizes the dying southern aristocratic society. She is cultured and refined and has "old fashioned ideals". She comes from a rich and elegant French family who owned a house called Belle Reve, meaning a dreamy and imaginary world. She believed herself superior and did not see that without mon…
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