Essays on Stanley Kowalski

Stanley Kowalski is a character in the play “A Streetcar Named Desire” by Tennessee Williams. He is a working-class man who lives in a run-down apartment with his wife, Stella. Stanley is often angry and violent, and he has a drinking problem. Stella is pregnant with their first child, and she is worried about Stanley’s behavior.

Essay themes and ideas about Stanley Kowalski

  • The Tragic Hero of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Anti-Hero of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Dark Side of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Manipulative Mastermind of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Animalistic Nature of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Unlikable Protagonist of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Complicated Character of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Controversial Character of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Misunderstood Character of “Streetcar”: Stanley Kowalski
  • The Controversial Stanley Kowalski of “Streetcar”