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"...strongly, compactly built. Animal joy in his being manhood is implicit in all his movements and attitudes. Since earliest manhood, the center of his life has been pleasure with women..." Williams 29
"He advances and disappears. There is the sound of a blow, Stella cries out. Blanche screams and runs into the kitchen. The men rush forward and there is grapping and cursing. Something is overturned With a crash. " Williams 57
Stanley asserts his dominance not only when he breaks the radio but he goes at Stella and forces multiple guys to go after him. Later we find out that Stella is ready to forgive him and blows it over the next morning. His violence has become a norm to Stella and those around him.
"She moans. The bottle top falls. She. sinks to her knees. he picks up her inert figure and carries her to the bed.The hot trumpet and drwns from the Four Deuces sound loudly." Williams 130
Stanley isn't attracted to Blanche but simply because he could and because he had the power to do so, he raped her and knew he would get away with it. Men know that they have this type of power where its a sad game he said she said and in Blanche's situation she already had lies on her plate so it was a case of "the boy who cried wolf"
Williams uses Stanley's actions to portray this kind of dominance that is pleasure driven. His actions were taken most of the time because he wasn't getting his way and he needed yo make sure he did. Many rape incidences go reported due to women being afraid to speak out. Even more have gone dismissed due to lack of evidence. In Blanche's case she set herself up when she told so many lies. Nobody was able to believe her because of her history with lies
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