This is clearly evident in Williams’s A Streetcar Named Desire.
In A Streetcar Named Desire, Blanche Dubois is this agent.
Oh… you're still here. Well this is embarrassing. We were just practicing our audition. But if you've indulged us this long, that means you're already at least a little bit interested in reading—or maybe performing?—A Streetcar Named Desire.
Scott Fitzgerald and A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
Yep, there's enough drama in Streetcar for ten plays, because Williams crafts complex and contradictory characters who will definitely remind you of people that you know. In this way, the play is a study of the mysteries of human… well, desire. Unlike a streetcar, which follows a predictable track, desire tends to go all over, running into dead ends, then branching out into several avenues at once. Williams gets that, and he portrays the experiences of his characters accordingly.