Human experience is not complete without obstacles and adversity. These methods are a part of defining a person’s character. One example is that a person might have strong problem solving abilities, like resilience. They may sometimes solve a problem on their own. Some individuals resort to the escape plan. They are often naive and fragile, and are not always autonomous. This means they can avoid a crisis and pass the blame to others. In times of trouble, some filmmakers and authors have captured the emotions of individuals. A great example is Blanche Dubois’s character in Tennessee Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire. Blanche’s approach to problem solving is escapist. Blanche can sometimes become careless and prone to manipulating her dignity. This makes her an adult lady of doubtful character.
An analysis of the conduct of an individual before and after facing hardship can reveal what changes occur and their real nature. Blanche started out trustworthy and was trusted by her family to manage Belle Reve, the ancestral house. Blanche was also responsible and had a teaching profession. Blanche is unreliable in both of these transactions. After being found guilty in 2004 of having an intimate relationship with one her students, she loses Belle Reve and is expelled from teaching. She is a victim of her recklessness, which exposes her and ultimately leads to her death.
Williams portrays Blanche as an intrusive, sexually-intense lady who resorts to esex in order to resolve her problems. She was told by Williams that she had been forced to move from her home in order to be able live at a hotel. In retaliation to her husband’s homosexuality, she might have sought out several partners. Blanche had an affair with another of her students, and she vented her frustrations about her broken marriage. Unprofessional and unethical was a teacher’s relationship with a student. Blanche was condemned for being negligent in her duties as teacher, which included her responsibility to ensure the wellbeing of her pupils. Blanche gives a boy a kiss for the newspaper she couldn’t afford. (Williams 2004).