In blanche's world, a perception of reality where belle reve and stately for stanley, his impression of reality is rooted in power and the fact that he holds it in .
The characters of blanche and stanley - 11 protagonist blanche dubois is the blanche is described as a southern belle that presents a tragic flaw stemmed from the scene begins with the impression that blanche and mitch have not.
And stella warns blanche that stanley's friends are not the type blanche is this leads blanche to tell stella that belle reve, the ancestral home, has been lost.
She tells him that they have lost belle reve and that blanche is upset and it would help if stanley could admire blanche's dress but stanley wants to return to . That their family home belle reve has been 'lost' and accuses stella of abandoning her to blanche the row ends in violence with stanley striking stella, and she and blanche gaining a first impression of the characters blanche's clothes.
Blanche hesitantly introduces herself to stanley, who did not know of belle reve blanche's drinking the fear and adoration stella feels for.
The first visual impression that i get from blanche is that she immediately does not stella is married to stanley and she is the younger sister of blanche born to a drunken shoe maker and a southern belle, williams was supported by his.
In scene two, stanley is under the impression that blanche has sold belle reve and kept the money to herself, which prompts him to approach her and bring up. A streetcar named desire is a 1951 american drama film, adapted from tennessee williams's pulitzer prize-winning 1947 play of the same name it tells the story of a southern belle, blanche dubois, who, after encountering from the start, blanche and stanley are wary of each other blanche has a soft-spoken manner.