2. Elysian Fields is the final resting place of the souls in Greek Mythology. After Blanche’s sexual experiences with numerous partners, it felt as if her soul was no longer with her. On pgs 118-123 Elysian Fields was the final place for all souls to go.
3. The blue piano is used as foreshadowing because it is always present when something sad happens. Also near the end when the piano breaks, Blanche’s false identity is broken as well, by Stanley. The piano represents sadness. The polka shows remorse because it was the last thing she heard with her husband while he was alive.
4. I believe Stella is the most admirable character. She is very strong and kind hearted. She deals with her husband even with the feud going on amongst her sister and husband and is able to deal with his temper. On pg 72 Stella says “My sister there has been some progress since then!” Regardless of her sister’s mental issues and problems she does what is right for her and believes she will progress.
5. The piano lesson is more than just in literal terms the piano lessons Bernice’s daughter had. This was more figurative the piano served as a family background and sort of a lesson to the whole family on what is important.
6. Unlike Avery they never had any moral values. Every one else’s most important issue was just making money especially Boy Willie. On pg 10 although Doaker doesn’t promote selling the piano he doesn’t... [continues]
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