A streetcar named desire Stanley Kowalski Watch

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Can someone please explain the masculinity of Stanley Kowalski and how he represents the Modern Man in A streetcar named desire please?
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Stanley represents the new south where people have to work hard to get what they please (The American Dream). He represents the men in 1940's America as men in that time believed they had to prove their masculinity in order to be of worth and dominate women like Blanche who come from a higher social background and needn't work at all.

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thanks that helped
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