A Streetcar Named Desire
“Streetcar Named Desire” – one of the most famous plays of Tennessee Williams, completed in 1947. For this play, Williams was awarded the Pulitzer Prize. “Tram” Desire “” – the first “serious” American drama, which gained worldwide recognition due to the actualization of the conflict between man and society. It realizes the tragedy of the confused person, generated by the whole way of life in society. Existential insight drives him crazy, he cannot withstand the all-round pressure of circumstances. The leading place in the artistic structure of the drama “Tram” Desire “is the problem of the existence in reality of an ideal of refined spiritual beauty, breaking to smithereens from the onslaught of a different way of life and heartlessness. Then all that is left for him is to run into a world of illusions that only upset the soul.