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by Tennessee Williams

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In the play called A Streetcar Named Desire, what is the status of imagination in this play? I really would appreciate it if someone could please help me with this question! Thank you!

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Imagination plays a rather large role in Tennessee Williams' play "A Streetcar Named Desire." Perhaps the most poignant part where imagination is apparent is through the character of Blanche.

Blanche is a woman who is caught up in her own illusions. Essentially, Blanche's world is a complete fabrication. She alludes to her age, her past, and her intentions. Blanche is...

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