What Is Dubois's Relationship In A Streetcar Named Desire

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During the course of A Streetcar Named Desire, DuBois presents herself as an innocent woman who is simply looking for companionship. However, it is eventually revealing that DuBois has had many intimate interactions with many other men after her late husband died. It is this desire for companionship that is always changing. While DuBois seems to wish for someone to simply spend her life with her she seems incredibly fickle when it comes to her attention. Although she appears to be serious about Mitch, she kisses a young boy who comes to Stanley Kowalski and Stella Kowalski’s house. However, directly after he leaves Mitchells shows up with roses and DuBois seems incredibly pleased to see him (Williams, 1947, pg. 99). This instance is an example
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