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Napoleonic Complex In A Streetcar Named Desire

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There are many times throughout the play where Stanley shows signs of having a napoleonic complex to have authority over women such as Blanche and Stella. Napoleonic Complex is overly aggressive domineering behavior. Many times in the play where Stanley shows his domineering behavior. “I don 't want no ifs ands or buts! Whats all the rest of them papers?” (Williams 43) Stanley demands that Blanche shows him her financial papers. Blanche is Stanley 's sister in law and it is not his place to demand for her information. Stanley has no respect for Blanche, or women in general. His behavior is aggressive and demanding towards her, and that is a way he shows signs of napoleonic complex. He is overly aggressive and domineering. “The Moth and
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