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Seen as a moth-like creature, Blanche is delicate, refined, and sensitive. " don't get worried, your sister hasn't turned into a drunkard, she's just all shaken up " Nervous and keeping up appearances. Blanche doesn't always tell the truth, but she tells "what ought to be truth."
"It's mine, too. It's hard to stay looking fresh. I haven't washed or even powdered my face and-- here you are!" Blanche says speakingn to Stanley as they just met and she is concerned with the way she is viewed.
Blanche show concern in the m,an her sister has married and how much violence he exudes.. "In my opinion? You're married to a madman!" But you've given in. And that isn't right, you're not old! You can get out." Stating their difference in situations and how Stella has an out.
In scene six he asks Blanche if he can ??- uh - kiss you ? goodnight?? whereas Stanley merely goes to his wife regardless of her feelings at the time. This added sensitivity is the quality, which challenges the masculine stereotype.
This is an example of gender commentary and a major difference in the treatment of both "couples" but seeing into the next scenes you get a depiction of the irony in witch this stereotyped thoughtful man as Mitch and the utter monstrosity that is Stanley to his wife and his Sister In Law
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