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Streetcar Named desire

Following the departure of Blanche, the men continue their poker game. Mitch
appears to be lost in a different world. His thoughts are pre-occupied with Blanche
and their affair. Stanley suddenly snaps at Mitch, which really aggravates him. The
two men have a long dispute concerning Blanche. Mitch gets up and leave. He strolls
around town, not wishing to return home. He recalls the times he spent with Blanche.
A long tape of memories runs through his mind. Upon his return home, that night,
Mitch discovers that his mother is extremely ill. Mitch becomes nervous and gloomy
He is afraid of losing another person that is close to him. A couple of days later
Mitch's mother dies due to her illness. Mitch is comforted by his friends, Stanley and
Pablo. After his mother's death Mitch begins to feel the guilt augment. The guilt
towards letting Blanche go and believing Stanley. Mich decides to go visit Blanche in
the insane Asylum. He sits with her and they talk. Mitch learns everything about
Blanche's past, and the reasons for her insecurity. Mitch also finds out about the rape
incident. Knowing this Mitch confronts Stanley with the issue. Stanley denies it.
Mitch slowly and slowly becomes isolated and alienated from society. In one last
attempt to hold on to life Mitch decides to visit Blanche in the asylum. He finds out
that she is becoming progressively better. Mitch asks Blanche to marry him.
However, she rejects him. Mitch, thus, is left all alone with no friends or family.He
pursues a life with no social activity. He quit the pokers nights at Stanley's house and
he abandoned playing bowling to. Gradually Mitch begins to crack up. He becomes
an alcoholic and he loses touch with the real world. Mitch gets fired from his job, due
to his excessive drinking habits. He is thus taken to an insane asylum, where he finds
I think that this is a valid ending because, despite all t

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