The streetcar Named Desire is amongst the world most read play and watched film. Written by Tennessee Williams, the streetcar Named Desire is an American theater play. The play is all about Blanche Dubois, an upper-class and flimsy woman living in a romantic world of illusions.
Blanche DuBois is portrayed as a woman who faces extreme levels of exploitation, pain, and agony. Blanche DuBois lives a life of misery and sorrows that involves the loss of loved ones, pain-numbing life experiences, and costly life standards. Amid these sufferings, Blanche DuBois decides to start life afresh by moving to her sister Stella who lives in New Orleans.
Moving to New Orleans doesn’t make life easier, either. She has to struggle to live with almost the same miseries and pains she had at her home place. While watching or reading the Streetcar Named Desire, students can learn a whole lot of things. Some of these things will be queried in essay assignments. In some instances, the essay assignments will be about selected topics, while in other cases, a student will have to choose a topic on their own.
- The adverse effects of letting humanly desire to control you
- Blanche DuBois loses her sanity: How does it happen and what triggers it
- The gender issues Tennessee Williams trying to portray in the Streetcar Named Desire
- The way Tennessee Williams Portrays Masculinity in the play Streetcar Named Desire
- The lives of Stanley and Blanche as a reflection of the effects of wrong desires
- The themes of fantasy and illusion in the play Streetcar Named Desire
- The theme of intimacy as portrayed in the Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
- Why it is so hard for Blanche to comprehend the fact that Stanley is her sister’s lover?
- Blanche is highly attracted to young boys: How does that affect her life and lead to her downfall?
- The primary differences between the two female characters Stella and Blanche in the play the Streetcar Named Desire
- A glimpse on the societal expectations of women when the Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee was published
- The differences between Mitch and other men in the Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
- The way the Streetcar Named Desire portrays the Southern Elites and the Working Class
- The characters and behaviors of Blanche are different when she is alone and when alongside other people: Explain and describe real scenarios
- The role the child sired by Stella and Stanley represents in the play the Streetcar Named Desire
- The importance of alcohol in the play the Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
- What is the relationship between Stella and Stanley like?
- Why does Stella choose to stay despite the maltreatment and abuses by her husband, Stanley?
- What does the streetcar symbolize in the play Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams?
- How is sexual Desire portrayed as the prerequisite and destroyer of love in the play Streetcar Named Desire?
- The literacy techniques used by Tennessee Williams in the play