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"I'm positive that I am. Show me a person who hasn't known any sorrow and I'll show you a shuperficial-Listen to mel My tongue is a Iittll>-thick!"-Blanche
"I know I fib a good deal. After all a womens charm is fifty percent illusion..."-Blanche This shows how Blanche doesnt take herself seriously living in a dream world. Which leads to no one else ever taking her seriously and only ever seeing her as a pleasure seeker.
"If I didnt know that you was my sister I'd get ideas about you!"-Stanley
Here is a prime example of how Tennessee Williams conveys the struggle of inequality in the playwright. Blanche portrays herself as a lair and creates illusions to create a different world for herself, continuously trying to escape her reality. Making the women form into something whimsical not to be taken seriously. And Stanley sees her as something for pleasure and lust not as a independent women .
Blanche through out the play has tried to take away Stanleys man hood and seem more in control. She argues with him constantly and always tries to rally him up and vise versa.But Stanley is'nt having it anymore and goes after Blanche. "She sinks to her knees and he picks up her inert figure and carries her to the bed."
When Blanche confesses to Stella and Eunice they both didnt believe her. In fact they called a doctor to take her away to a crazy house. Mitch is still in love with her and tries to help but once again Stanley is in the way showing his dominance. This shows how in society its the mans word over the womens word. So they all believed that Stanleys word was true not Blanches.
As all good stories come to a end Blanches fantasy world has come to a end. Stanley has won. He has proved that he is the greatest and the man of the house. Proving the gender inequality. Blanche loses because she cried wolf to many times and didnt take herself sriously as a women therefore no one else did. Stanley got the winner takes all. The sister, the baby and Blanches women hood.
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