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On Symbolism in A Streetcar Named Desire By Zhang San Submitted to the School of Foreign Studies in Partial Fulfillment to the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts in English (International Trade) Under the Supervision of (Associate) Professor/Mr./Ms. Li Si June, 2008 Acknowledgements I gratefully acknowledge all those people who have assisted me in the process of completing my graduation thesis. Without their help, this thesis would have been impossible. First and foremost, I would like to express my great appreciation to my supervisor, Mr. Li Si, who has followed my toils with invariable kindness and patience, reading as well as correcting this dissertation at different stages of its conception, giving me advice instructive and constructive in addition to valuable encouragement. My thanks also go to Ms. Wang and Ms. Chen for their encouragements and suggestions in the opening defense of this paper which have given me much benefit in writing it. Finally, thanks go to my classmates and my dearest parents, who in one way or another have given me help and encouragement during my work on this thesis. On Symbolism in A Streetcar Named Desire Abstract: Symbolism is profoundly used in Tennessee Williams’ masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire and plays an important role in the play by helping readers understand the concept of the theme. Since its publication in 1945, this play has become an American classic and a world renowned one. It is widely studied home and broad. There are many interesting ways to look at the play. This paper is an attempt to give a comprehensive analysis of specific symbols in this play and to discuss how the misery and the inner world of the characters are disclosed through the remarkable use of symbols. Symbols are profuse in the play and they help to achieve a thematic importance when combined with

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