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Explore Williams' presentation of Stanley as a character with whom the audience cannot sympathise in A Streetcar Named Desire. You must relate your discussion to relevant contextual factors.

In presenting Stanley's relationship with his wife Stella, Williams portrays him as a vicious partner who sees the bond between them as hierarchical, hence making him seem unsympathetic to, in particular,...

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How Does Williams Create Tension in the Opening Scenes of ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’?

Tennessee Williams uses key staging in the didascalia and dramatic irony in his dialogue to create tension in the opening scenes of 'A Streetcar Named Desire'. The small enclosed space of the apartment am...

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How would I go about analysing a poem?

Before you go about analysing a poem formally, you should read through it a couple of times to ensure you have some sort of understanding of what it is saying as a whole. Keep in mind that there is no rig...

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How does Dracula explore social anxieties and fears?

Bram Stoker's 'Dracula' can be interpreted as a text that explores the social anxieties of Victorian society. The future of Britain was uncertain as the social hierarchy became challenged as women's right...

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How should I approach an essay on one of Shakespeare's plays?

William Shakespeare is arguably the most studied author in Western literature, this can make writing an essay on him a daunting task. Before you approach the question, it is essential to remember that you...

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