Comparing A Streetcar Named Desire And A Good Man Is Hard To Find

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In the short story “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams, the husband conflict with his wife Stella and sister in-law Blanche. The husband name is Stanley. He doesn’t like the idea of Blanche staying at his home. Stanley affront her sister about the gossip he heard about her personal life. Another story “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor, the family had difficult time of break free from criminal named Misfit. The grandmother had deal with Misfit of not hurt her. The Stanley from “A Streetcar Named Desires” and Grandmother from “A Good Man Is Hard to Find” have about same personality as characters but they both have different ending of their stories. The two characters from these different short stories are selfish in their part. The Stanley, from “A Streetcar Named Desires” is selfish characters. He person lacking consideration for others in the short story. His buddy Mitch has a sick mother at home that she told him to go out play poker card with his buddies so, he did. He explains how selfish he is when he say "Then why don't you stay home with her" (1835)? This show how selfish was Stanley to Mitch because his was plan to go home to see…show more content…
Stanley has behavior with his wife Stella, Sister in-law Blanche, and his buddies in different events of the short story. He can't stand that his sister in-law Blanche staying at there home. Stanley is very controlling when comes to poker game night with his buddies at his home and he decides what goes on the event. Author Tennessee Williams expressed, "Stanley: When I'm losing you want to eat! Ante up! Openers? Openers! Get y'r ass off the table, Mitch. Nothing belongs on a poker table but cards, chips and whiskey. [He lurches up and tosses some watermelon rinds to the floor (1834).] The quote mean that Stanley behavior went out of control on Mitch front of his friends. Similarly, grandmother was very controlling about her family of the road

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