A Streetcar Named Desire in Context
By the mid-20th century, New Orleans had gone from a city modernised by the Jazz Age to a hub of poverty and crime. While middle-class Americans thrived, poor and marginalised segments of the population continued to struggle. This video explores how the idea of the American Dream inspired and influenced Tennessee Williams’ play ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’. It provides a valuable accompaniment to students studying this text.
Production Year: 2020
Duration: 8 min
Series: Literary Contexts: American Literature
Printable Resources: Yes
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