The Theme of Domestic Violence in Sreetcar Named Desire
Before The Women's Liberation Movement, domestic violence was seen as a forbidden subject. In the play Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams shows how society accepted had ignored it. One of the characters, Stanley Kowalski, even found it to be a positive and very sexual part of him and his wife, Stella's, relationship. Throughout the play, Williams shows that he believes that it is wrong. In Streetcar Named Desire, the forbidden subject of domestic violence is a major theme.
At the time that Streetcar was written, society ignored domestic violence. People knew that it happened, but t…
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