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"He acts like an animal...eats like one...moves likes one...sub-human-something not quite to the stage of humanity ye...ape-like about him.." (Scene 4). - Blanche
Blanche is comparing Stanley's presence to one of an animal, or un-human like "thing." Her maligning tone contributes to William's message regarding gender, revealing how a man's pride of his manhood could separate a character from his "family," acting more of an authority than a relative.
Both keys moments reveal how superiority/masculinity can positively and negatively affect the environment it is applied in. Williams uses Blanche's altercations with Stanley and personal conversations with Stella to reveal how it could used as an advantage, but also how this type of authoritative trait is differs from her mindset, values, and beliefs of the society. In their altercation, Blanche pretends to be innocent, to gain his liking ,while as the story continues the author reveals that she is not used to superiority, due to having some "power" in her past relationships.
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