Blance Dubois is the older sister of Stella Kowalski. Portryed as refined, elegant, and self-absorbed, Blanche is used to a higher class of living.
Throughout the book, Blanche is waited on hand and foot by Stella. (Scene 2)
Honey, do me a favor. Run to the drugstore and get me a lemon-coke with plenty of chipped ice in it!--Will you do that for me, Sweetie?
Blanche's actions highlight her strict adherence to female stereotypes. She is dainty and helpless, often relying on the help of others to achieve her goals. By forcing Stella to cater to her every whim, she establishes herself as the epitome of all things womanly.