• Summary and Detailed Analysis: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

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  • Narrated by: John Fleming
  • Length: 34 mins
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  • 10-06-20

Basic mistakes

There are basic mistakes in the summary of the plot of the play. E.g. The sexual encounter involving Blanche’s dead husband was between he and another MAN (the summary says WOMAN). He was homosexual and it is an important aspect of the narrative. It also links to the context- Williams was homosexual.