<A Streetcar Named Desire>
I. Desire from Stanley's angle(by Cicily & Dee Dee)

     A. Stanley's brutish desire
          1. Background desire
          2. To Stella
          3. To Blanche and other girls
     B. The symbol of Stanley and those poker-players' desire
          1. Clothes color
          2. The picture
     C. The bulbar way that Stanley releases his desire
          1. Always wanting to know the truth
          2. Controlling women

II. Stella's view of her marriage and desire(by Irene & Daisy)

     A. Background
     B. The relationship between Stella and Stanley
     C. The relationship between Stella and Blanche
     D. Stella's role in the play

III. Blanche's desire(by Lily & Sophia)

    A. Blanche's desire toward men and sex
    B. Blanche's desire of settling down
    C. Symbols related to Blanche
        1. Taking a bath
        2. Wearing white dresses
        3. Fear of light
        4. Mexican street vendor
        5. Music of the polka
        6. Moth

IV. Author & background

    A. Music - Jazz
        1. The popularity of Jazz
        2. The Origin of Jazz
        3. Jazz in our days
    B. background
        1. Impact from the north
        2. The Southern Renaissance
        3. hometown
    C. writing style
        1. creating characters
        2. controversy issue

1. Chen, Christine Jen-Gan.  Chapter II A Streetcar Named Desire.  From Stage to       Screen: Film Adaptations of Three Plays by Tennessee Williams.  Fu Jen university.  Taipei, Taiwan.  1984. P27-58.

2.  Stanton, Stephen S.  Tennessee Williams.  Prentice-Hall, Inc.  USA.  1977.

3.  Tischler, Nancy M.  Tennessee Williams: Rebellious Puritan.  Citadel Press.  USA. 1961.