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Wow! Talk about right timing! Lol 😄 This post spoke directly to me, and I take it as a big sign. I was feeling so overwhelmed and at my wits end. I just felt like if I gave up I’m failing, but you explained it so well and I don’t feel so bad about it anymore. I feel relieved actually!! I’m the type of person that is very persistent and stubborn when it comes to things I desire and want. Most of the time that’s worked for me in manifesting, but I think this go round it’s better to just relax and let go. After all, what do I have to lose? Really enjoyed this post!

In her historical essay on Williams, critic Camille Paglia notes that A Streetcar Named Desire was a total change from The Glass Menagerie . Where the former had a "tightly wound gentility," the latter boasted "boisterous energy and eruptions of violence." But more than that, " Streetcar exploded into the theater world at a time when Broadway was dominated by musical comedies and revivals." She adds, "the shocking frankness with which Streetcar treated sex—as a searingly revolutionary force—was at odds with the dawning domesticity of the postwar era and looked forward instead to the 1960s sexual revolution."

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