The Streetcar Named Desire: Stanley

The Streetcar Named Desire: Stanley
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This storyboard shows how Tennessee Williams uses Stanley's actions to describe gender norms during the 1940s, especially how men assert dominance over women in Stanley's case.

Storyboard Text

  • Through the character Stanley, Tennessee Williams, illustrates that gender norms of men generally assert dominance over women, by putting them in their place.
  • Since Stanley doesn't fit the description of a "tall" man, he lets his insecurities get the best of him. Causing him to be abusive toward Stella, and showing dominance in the family.
  • You just blew up your top Stan
  • Stanley has anger issues so the relationship he has with Stella is very unhealthy. Which his mental issues is hurting the people around him making himself that he is the top and better than any other men. It connects to the prompt of how men description, actions, or words makes a strong statement about gender in our society.
  • Both scenes show how the reality about gender in our society. Men try to be dominant in society and in their lives just like Stanley. Only thinking about themselves instead the people around them. 
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