Streetcar StoryBoardthat Assignment
By ozarken, Updated
My boy STANLEY
Qoute: Two men come around the corner, Stanley Kowalski and Mitch. They are about twenty-eight or thirty years old, roughly dressed in blue denim work clothes. Stanley carries his bowling lacket and a redoStained package from a butcher's.
This is Stanley Kowalski. He is a pure american man with strong attitude and aurora of masculinity. Short tempered, abusive and a little of a drunky, he will be adamant in what ever he believes in
"Pig—Polak—disgusting—vulgar—greasy!—them kind of words have been on your [Stella's] tongue and your sister's too much around here! What do you two think you are? A pair of queens?"
The first key moment helps represents how stanley behaves and feels towards the opposite gender when they insult him, from passive to hostile aggressive,this shows how he feels about gender in this harsh action
Since earliest manhood the center of [Stanley's] life has been pleasure with women [...] He sizes women up at a glance, with sexual classifications, crude images flashing into his mind and determining the way he smiles at them.
This second Key moment in the play describes how Stanley feels about women when he first meets them. Like the typical theme in society all men look at the most attractive women and sizes and fantasizes about them from there on.
Now synthesizing both key moments, its best to say that William uses direct description and character's actions to make a statement about gender in the society of ours. There is a constant theme of domestic-ism among women, they are weak and fragile while the men take charge and advantage. That lust for sizing up women may just be the desire the car has established its drive from.
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