Sources of Conflict

Luca Hargitai
Mind Map by Luca Hargitai, updated more than 1 year ago
Luca Hargitai
Created by Luca Hargitai about 5 years ago
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The sources of conflict between characters in A Streetcar Named Desire (Scenes 2 - 4)

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Sources of Conflict
1 CLASS / SOCIAL HIERARCHY
1.1 different worlds
1.2 clash
2 CHARACTER / PERSONALITY CLASH
2.1 Blanche vs. Stanley
2.2 They are on the opposite ends of the gender spectrum.
2.2.1 two extremes
2.3 There is a big conflict between Blanche's femininity and Stanley's masculinity!
3 STELLA
3.1 control over her
3.2 loyalty - where (with whom) Stella's loyalty lies
3.3 A constant battle between Stanley and Blanche.
3.4 love
3.5 affection
4 STANLEY
4.1 lust
4.2 attraction
4.3 Blanche wants to rescue her sister.
4.3.1 She doesn't understand how Stella can love Stanley.
4.4 Stella wants to stay with Stanley because she loves him.
5 BELLE REVE
5.1 ownership
5.2 possession
5.3 status
5.4 Stella and Blanche Blame each other for the loss of Belle Reve
5.5 Stanley thinks that he has been swindled by Blanche.
5.6 Stella defends her sister to Stanley.
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