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Surname 1Name of StudentInstructor’s NameCourse TitleDateTennessee Williams's Cat on a Hot Tin RoofThe play, Cat on Hot Tin Roof, is a story of a dilemma in a rich family living in the southern area of Mississippi. The play describes the conversation between Brick who is a very rich owner of a cotton plantation and Maggie, his wife. The play emphasizes the relationship between Big Daddy and Margret (Gale 21). There are many instances that show Brick trying to evade the talks with them concerning his conduct. Throughout the play, Mae, Cooper and Big Mama consider Brick as a person who has lost hope in the world and himself. Tennessee Williams talks about how Brick lost his friend (skipper) and this made him lead a life of ‘mendacity’ and thought that through drinking he could get away from his life. After losing his friend, he started drinking he became broken up since he lost the only true person whom he lovedand cared for very much. Instead, he falls into a loveless marriage with a wife she does not feel