Blanche Dubois Feminist Analysis

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Maggie, Blanche, Dubois and Myrtle are the heroines who find themselves in more complicated situations for the existences characterized by Tennessee Williams. Despite the desperate situation they tackle the odd situation beautifully. They are less fortunate than other female characters of Tennessee Williams. They have never known the warmth of a family life that other female characters have. Maggie , Blanche, Dubois and Myrtle have no one at all. Despite the desperate and loneliness they beautifully find out the solution of the situation. It is the woman who stands behind a successful man without taking credit for anything. Such a woman operates from outside the marriage, she comes in direct confrontation with the family of the person, the…show more content…
Such female character mediates the personal unconscious of her man unnoticeably; quietly without looking for credit or reward. Such woman has to be brave enough to face the world, work for her own financial independence and simultaneously bring the beauty out of her man. She might use her maidenly softness now and alternate it with aggression and wilfulness then, all in theservice of the relationship. Secondly, it is not necessary that this woman can only be the other woman and not one’s wife . In fact, the converse is as true, though rare. Blessed is the man who has a wife with an ornament of this personality in her. And lastly the characters mentioned above are…show more content…
Maggie, the wife of Brick polity is companion to him at the sexual live. she is a beautiful sleek slender and a soft woman immensely conscious and proud of her looks unlike the other heroines of Tennessee Williams who are more often than not past their prime Maggie is youthful lusty and charming Williams describes her as a “ pretty young women” with a voice that ‘‘ has range and music” (p.111) a gay, charming simile,(p.113) a woman who has “ lovely bare arms” (p.111) and “giggles with a hand fluttering at her throat and breast and her long throat arched ” (p.114) and her speech is oddly funny, because her eyes “constantly twinkle and her voice shakes with laughter which is barebelly indulgent.(p.113) she has a bitchy humour (p.114), which Williams featured to alienate with her husband for time being. In other words, she is a sensual relaxation and full-bosomed appeasing nature of woman, who has kept herself attractive for the conquest of her alienated husband. She is “ Great the greatest” (p.172) in bed. She has an intense love for Brick and she would not lock at any other man: “ I can’t see a man but you! Even with my eyes closed, I just see you…………But don’t continue my torture. I can’t live on and on under these circumstances.”(p.123) Immediately after her marriage with Brick, she tries to obliterate her identity in his love for football. Brick Recalls
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