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It is brought out by her personality from the past where she has combined two worlds. She does not allow her acceptance for Stanley to dilute her refined nature from Belle Reve. She also does not let her upbringing deter her from enjoying life.
She is also directly engaged with Blanche DuBois who is her sister. This is especially in the scene where he tells her that she has been given time off from her job as an English teacher by her supervisor as a result of her upset nerves. According to her claims It is a result of their lost ancestral Southern plantation owing to the engagement in fornications by their ancestors. However, the reality is that she has been fired as a result of her relationship with a seventeen year old student. Stella thus plays the role of calming her sister whose world has become filled by fantasies and illusions. Her main role in relation to their engagement is to bring her sister to reality and thus instead of appearing as a price or an object, she is reflected as a helpful person whose efforts are highly relevant in the play.
She is additionally actively engaged with Stanley who is her husband by whom she is completely dominated over as well as abused physically and emotionally. This brings out her character that is controlled by her primal behavior. It is in the way that she is able to tolerate “all this animal-like behavior” since it is the aspect that she was initially attracted to in the form of the sexual chemistry. It is brought about by their powerful love and relationship. It is this attitude that makes Blanche not able to understand. In this relation, the argument that Stanley and Stella have in scene 3 is caused by the insistence of Blanche to play the radio. In this, she demonstrates the influence of her sister by using her exact words "drunk — drunk — animal thing, you!" (Williams Scene 3).
In general Stella acts as the pivot point and
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