Part 2: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams


Book: A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams

Genre: 1970/80s Fictional Play

Rating: ♥♥♥

5-word Summary: Interesting, short, ponder-for-days type

Recommend? Sure, if you’re into literature

Warnings? There’s rape, but not vivid like the Bluest Eye


So, it was the characters were interesting. I didn’t mind reading it. It was short so I was able to finish it and didn’t dislike it enough for me to take breaks while reading it. In all, if you love literature, you’ll love it. Truly. It gives you something to think about; patriarchy, homosexuality, repression of “minorities” in all and the consequences of what we promote as social norms and what not. It’s really cool. But…NAAHHHHHH!

Lol I’m pretty sure when we all read leisurely we don’t read to ponder too deeply about society. We’ve got the news for that. No jk. It’s good to read books like these once in a while though. So yeah. Good, just read it on your own free time when you’ll looking for something short.


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