'A Streetcar Named Desire' is a very socially challenging play in the way in which Tennessee Williams depicts how brutal and deceiving human nature can be. He takes the point of view that no matter how structured or 'civilized' society is all people will rely on their natural animal instincts, such as dominance and deception, to get themselves out of trouble at some stage in life, even if they don't realize it. William's
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table. And Stella I believe is the most intriguing character of them all. She grew up with Blanche and knows that life style but Stanley has shown her his world and she is mixed up in between the two. She is like a ping pong ball. And ultimately Stanley wins the game, by her love for lust. All of these characters can be compared to their primate species, and Williams reveals it in this play.