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In "A Streetcar Named Desire" Stanley, the king of the flat, made his dominance known through the entire play. He is the brute definition of a primitive man.
Stanley carries his bowling jacket and a red-stained package from a butcher’s. (Scene One,Stage Directions)
This key moment displays Stanley's primitive nature. The way he simply has bloody meat in hand as if it was a regular everyday thing shows examples of his barbaric behavior.
STELLA He was as good as a lamb when I came back and he’s really very, very ashamed of himself. (4.16)
Due to Stanley's dual personality he displays power not only over Stella but also the audience. The reader cant seem to blame him for his actions because , alcohol alters his behavior. The audience doesn't want to condemn Stanley for hitting Stella. the alcohol changed him, he is not normally like this and doesn't seem to be able make the tyical
The connection of these two key moments are that Stanley makes it very clear that he is untouchable in his domain. He is able to do whatever he wants to Stella and keep his woman, Stanley makes it very apparent that keeps his dominance throughout the entire play. Nothing that he does will ever actually hinder anything he wants to do.
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