A Streetcar Named Desire Essay

Book: A Streetcar Named Desire

Author: Tennessee Williams

T. Williams prompt(s)

Respond to either A or B. 2-3 typed pages, single spaced.

A. Scene 10, page 159 There is a series of set instructions that describe a street struggle that is rather sordid and really is the first time such a vision has been described in the play. What is the function of this struggle? In responding you might consider Blanche’s state of mind at this point in the play as well as the parallel action in the apartment.

B. In Williams “interview” with himself at the end of the play, he includes a paragraph beginning: I don’t believe in “original sin.”…. Apply what he says in this paragraph to what he conveys regarding the main three characters of the play.

*Absolutely no plagurism because I have a strict teacher that will get me into a lot of trouble. I need quality work.