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"She is daintily dressed in a white suit with a fluffy bodice, necklace and earrings of pearls...in the garden district" Page 15
Blanche's late husband committed suicide due to the pressure of gender roles. He felt as if he would never be accepted into a society that shunned gays. Blanche's personality is molded when her late husband took the affection she once had away from her causing her to desire the love and attention of other men.
"Stay back! Don't you come toward me" Page 130
With Blanche's history of lies and Stanley's superiority title, no one believed that Blanche was raped. Stella called the asylum to come get Blanche during the poker game which only increased Stanley's power of authority during the household while decreasing Blanche's values.
Blanche hides behind the reality of her true identity in order to escape the past; and also to mend the broken pieces. Williams's uses Blanche's desire for love to provide insight on how this drives her life as a whole. From being with a minor to prositution; Blanche does this to provide an equalizer for her past. She set out to impress men, and to do so she involves herself into conflicts that ruined her future.
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