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as humanizing his characters with personality strengths and flaws, Tennessee Williams portrayed a realistic drama that his audience can relate to. The Characters of Blanche and Stanley, are two characters that the audience could believe were real people. I see other peers at school, which I view as having the same personalities, as well as the same strengths and weaknesses as Blanche and Stanley. You can see other real life people through the characters in this drama and this was, I feel, was done intentionally by Tennessee Williams in order to draw a closer tie between his drama, and real life. Through his drama A Streetcar Named Desire, Tennessee Williams has become the true innovator of modern dramatic theater. List of Works Cited 1. Londre, Felicia Hardison et all. Tennessee

Williams. New York: Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., 1971. 2. Corrigan, Mary Ann. ?Realism and Theatricalism in ?A Streetcar Named Desire?.? Modern Drama. 1976. Rpt. in Contemporary literary Criticism. Vol. 30. Stine, Jean C. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1984, 575-576. 3. Daniels Steven. ?A Tribute to Tennessee Williams.? Nov. 1998, April 9, 1999