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Discuss the phrase “The Queen of Denial” as it relates to “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Charles Gao Blanche is a women who always wants to pretend to be high class, pretend to be young and pretend to be pure. Indeed, she is a liar. She has no money, just passes 30 years old and a she is a prostitute. She loves to live in the imaginary world and denies every realistic fact. Her lies are everywhere throughout the play, too many and not easy to count. I will discuss what kind of “Queen of Denial” she is relates to the play. She portrays herself as a “pure” woman. Is she a pure woman? We know the truth by some incidents at the beginning of the play. As the play goes on, it becomes more obvious and more irony to watch her act as a “pure” woman. She says she wants to marry Mitch. But in the Scene 5 just before her date with Mitch, she even filtrates with a newspaper young man. And just after the young man goes, Mitch comes and she suddenly becomes a changed person and pretends nothing has happened. During the
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