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    I've been given some English homework on a streetcar named desire, I have to write an essay plan but don't exactly understand what the question is asking me
    'The Kowalskies and Dubois have different notions' examine the view that the conflicts in a streetcar named desire arise from the societal forces that influence them?
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    (Original post by GoldenShade)
    I've been given some English homework on a streetcar named desire, I have to write an essay plan but don't exactly understand what the question is asking me
    'The Kowalskies and Dubois have different notions' examine the view that the conflicts in a streetcar named desire arise from the societal forces that influence them?
    Maybe it's talking about their different backgrounds, i.e. Blanche coming from a high-class, traditional Old South whereas Stanley represents New America with his working-class background. Class conciousness is a big aspect of the play, which can be said to cause all the conflict between Blanche and Stanley.
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    (Original post by meandegreen)
    Maybe it's talking about their different backgrounds, i.e. Blanche coming from a high-class, traditional Old South whereas Stanley represents New America with his working-class background. Class conciousness is a big aspect of the play, which can be said to cause all the conflict between Blanche and Stanley.
    Ahhh okay thank you!
 
 
 
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