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Stanley Kowalski is portrayed as the manly figure in this play. He is a straightforward character that leads a clear and simple life. He knows and cares for nothing than his wife, poker, home, liquor and most importantly, power.
...what belongs to the wife belongs to the husband and vice versa. For instance, if I had a piece of property and you had a piece of property-
It looks to me like you have been swindled, baby...I don't like to be swindled.
My head is swimming!
Stella looses her share of Belle Reve because of Blanche, her sister. Stanley's manly nature is exhibited as his thirst for power enrages him when he realizes something of his has been taken without his approval.
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