Struggle to be understood, Conflict Of Identity, Trying to communicate…
Struggle to be understood
Streetcar Named Desire
Lies and deceit
Can't be vulnerable and is a misfit
Ends up giving to societal roles
seen by many characters in the play as a villain or a criminal, but as the play progresses, it becomes clear that he is motivated by a desire to provide for his family and to be seen as a respectable member of society
Mrs. Linde's struggle to be understood is rooted in her own reluctance to reveal her vulnerabilities and her fears, which prevents her from fully connecting with those around her.
Conflict Of Identity
Her Struggle with her past
She tries to escape her past by creating a new identity for herself, but she is never able to fully let go of her past.
"“And then the searchlight which had been turned on the world was turned off again and never for one moment since then has been any light stronger than this kitchen candle.”
Her Struggle with her present
Fearing reality, lives in denial, conflicts with Stanley
Trying to communicate with her husband about Krogstad
She realizes that she cannot continue to live a life where her desires and aspirations are not taken seriously, and she chooses to assert her independence and pursue her own happiness.