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Stanley Kowalski is an aggressive, dominant, and sexually active individual. He sticks to gender roles at home with himself as the respected head of the household. In this scene, Stanley carries his bowling jacket and a red-stained package from a butcher’s. Tennessee Williams uses props to emphasize Stanley’s "primitive" masculinity.
"Stanley, Steve, Mitch, and Pablo wear colored shirts, solid blues, a purple, a red-and-white-check, a light green, and they are men at the peak of their physical manhood, as coarse and direct and powerful as the primary colors." again props (shirts) are used to show hoe the colors contrast with Blanche’s white, moth-like clothing.
The men are in the prime of their life, mid 20's full of pride, and want for power. Their shirts are so miss colored because it has to be far from white to show the masculinity they have. White is seen as a feminine color, so they need as far away from femininity as possible.
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