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, answer each question using direct evidence from the text. 1. At the beginning of Scene Ten, what is Blanche wearing? 2. Why is Blanche's attire significant? Discuss and analyze a symbol that has recurred throughout the play relating to Blanche's attire. 3. From who does Blanche claim she has received a telegram? 4. What theme does your answer to the question above belong to? Discuss in detail. 5. What does Blanche say will make her weep with joy? 6. Which figures appear in the shadows of the back wall? (Stage Directions) 7. Discuss the events of the "shadows of the back wall" (from the questions above). Which literary device does Williams use? Why is it significant? 8. What happens at the end of Scene 10? Discuss in detail why Williams chose to make the situation in
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the "play-out" in manner that he did. 9. Where is Stella sending Blanche in the final scene? 10. Where does Blanche believe she is going? 11. What theme do the two questions above relate to? Discuss in detail your rationale for choosing that theme. 12. What advice does Eunice give Stella? 13. What item does Stanley ask Blanche if she wants to take with her? 14. Why does Stanley ask Blanche whether or not she wants to take that item with her? Discuss the events that surrounds that item. What does it symbolize? 15. On what does Blanche say she always depends?
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