A Streetcar Named Desire

what mood do the opening stage direction and setting description create for the play a street car named desire

from the play a street car named desire

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THere is a feeling of depression and incomprehension, "They told me to take a street-car named Desire." Blanche's first action in the play is one of confusion, ambivalence, disorientation. She cannot believe where she has ended up, standing at her sister's rundown New Orleans door step, or determine how she got there, on a pair of streetcars named Desire and Cemeteries