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Blanche from the start doesn't tell the truth about herself, when arriving to her sisters house she starts of with lies by telling her sister she is taking a "leave of absence" from her teaching job. Blanche doesn't quite like the real truth of her reality, but as she was younger Blanche wasn't a compulsive liar all the things she went through are what truly changed her." You didn’t know Blanche as a girl, nobody, nobody was tender and trusting as she was but people like you abused her, and forced her to change.”
"Now don't get worried your sister hasn't turned into a drunk yard..." This is Blanche basically introducing herself to the audience.
"whoever you are—I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." ( Scene 11 )
This is at the end of scene 11 when Blanche is taken by the doctors to the asylum, at first she didn't want to go but at the end she sort of realizes there is no where else to go, this plays a very strong impact on Blanche and Stella
"Stay back! Don't you come toward me another step or I'll-"
This happens in scene 10 in which Stanley rapes Blanche trying to demonstrate his trait of manliness and superiority, and how now he is able to dominate the gender role which Blanche tried to take from him.
Both of these moments reveal who Blanche really is, in key moment one it shows how through it all and through the fact that her own sister betrayed her she just much rather faced her reality, in moment two it is when Blanche is dominated by the male role and how that role relates back to her sister Stella.
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