Essay on Stella in "Streetcar Named Desire", by Tenessee Williams: Description of how she is torn between Blanche and Stanley.
Stella Kowalski is Stanley Kowaslki's wife and Blanche Dubois' older sister. She grew up at Belle Reve with Blanche and moved to Elysian Fields in New Orleans when she married. Even though she is not the protagonist, Stella has an important role in the play.
Stella comes from a wealthy background but abandoned her past when she married Stanley and became part of the working class of New Orleans. We don't know much about her physical appearance, but we are told in scene one that she is about twenty-five and is gentle. Evidence in the book suggests that she was once very similar to Blanche,…
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