A Streetcar Named Desire

look closely at the first long stage direction. how does tennessee williams use the sights, sounds and suggestions of smells to create a particular atmosphere? what atmosphere do you think he is trying to create?

this question comes from A streetcar names desire by tennessee williams and the book was published by Heinemann and it was gotten at the back questions of the book

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I think he wants you to get a feel that it is a hot sweaty night/day in the swealtering city. the kind of summer where there are rolling blakout and no air. the smell of the air is think and very smoggy. Everyone is hot and tired and just trying to keep cool.


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