Premium Content Comparing Social and Ethnic Tensions in A Streetcar Named Desire and Blues for Mister Charlie
By Anonymous - April 01, 2005
A Streetcar Named Desire and Blues for Mister Charlie are both concerned to a large extent with tensions between different ethnic groups and, since in both plays the ethnicity of each group defines its social position, different social groups as well. The two plays are stylistically similar, employing expressionist techniques while maintaining…
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