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    As example of a company aligning specifically toward environment as cause, the premium beer brand Stella Artois, owned by Missouri-based Anheuser-Busch, by very nature of their product(s) depending on water to produce, has elected to focus on environmental causes, and currently in a sponsorship media venture in support of water.org. Facts are posted by the nonprofit describing how women around the world spend a combined 200 million hours collecting water every day for their families, time which could be more effectively spent caring for their families, generating income and making other contributions to their communities. By installing a water tap in proximity of their home, increases in education, better sanitation and nutrition have substantially…

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    Anheuser-Busch Inbev, is the world’s largest brewing company in the world. Its corporate headquarters are located in Leuven, Belgium. Anheuser-Busch Inbev, is currently traded in 3 different international as well as U.S markets. It is traded on the NYSE (BUD), Euronext (ABI), and JSE (ANB). Currently, Anheuser-Busch Inbev owns and sells, 200 different brands across the world. It’s global brands, are Budweiser, Corona, and Stella Artois. The company’s international brands are Beck’s,…

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    ==Mistakes== *In one scene, [[Bloom]]'s shoes are blue instead of light purple and Tecna's shoes are blue instead of purple. *In one scene, Bloom's wings are green instead of light pink and [[Stella]]'s wings are purple instead of pink. *In one scene, [[Tecna]]'s wings have the same design as [[Musa]]'s and Stella's wings are purple instead of pink. *In one scene, Bloom's shoes are blue instead of light purple and Stella's wings are purple instead of pink. *In one scene, Tecna's shoes are blue…

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    illusion of magic covering the harsh lights of reality. “Blanche has disguise a failed life by decorating the shabby room, adorning the lightbulb to escape the unpleasant reality reflected in mirrors.” (Analysis on Symbolic Meaning of Blanche, CCSE). When Blanche’s illusion of magic starts to deteriorate and reality comes shining into her face, her insanity is revealed and the climax of not only the play but of her character show forth. As discussed before Blanche is a lady of fancy living. She…

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    Liquor brings it out in sharp focus, and while some might blame drinking, the alcohol only brings out what is already there. He does not like the radio getting turned on without his permission, which to him smacks of rebellion. Stanley needs to be the one in charge and cannot be undermined by mere women, especially one that he dislikes. When Stella leaves because Stanley hit her, he becomes remorseful, as he senses his control over his life is slipping. Despite him calling her back “with…

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    Blanche Dubois enters the lives of Stanley and Stella Kowalski when she arrives at their apartment at Elysian Fields. The beautiful and cultured Blanche clashes with the primitive Stanley. However, unlike the cultured Blanche first seen, the real Blanche is penniless and has a history with many men. When Stanley reveals Blanche’s impure past to everybody, Blanche struggles to continue and ends up in a mental facility. The deterioration of Blanche’s character is a result of her attempts to…

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    hollers again, this time for her to catch a piece of meat that she was not quite ready for. Thankfully, Stella is able to catch it as Stanely prepares to leave without another word. “Stanley! Where are you going,” she calls after him (1.6). His is answer is that he is going bowling; he did not even think to discuss these plans with her first. At first glance, this opening scene seems innocence and possibly even a little fun as the audience views some light-hearted interaction between a husband…

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    feeling during this time, but he’s able to also portray the lives of the people in Blanche’s life. Blanche is from Laurel, Mississippi, but after losing her family home she leaves Mississippi and moves to New Orleans to live with her sister Stella. Stella is married to a man named Stanley, whom Blanche is not too fond of. She seems to believe that her sister deserves a better husband. Stanley seems to be aware of Blanche’s feelings and perceptions towards him and seems to be feeling the same…

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    Blanche is unhappy at the way that Stanley treats her sister and thinks that Stella would be better off without him, “In my opinion? You’re married to a madman!’. Meanwhile Stanley despises Blanche and seeks to destroy her. He goes out of his way to discover the secrets of Blanche’s past and finds that she is not who she says she is; she was known for sexual promiscuity and for having an affair with a young student. Stanley wants to exploit her insecurities, to mentally break her as a person.…

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    through his play, “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Imagine walking through the heat of the summer with the Louisiana humidity, the steam of hot baths coming through the kitchen as you are trying to cool down in a two bedroom apartment, the loud sound of the downtown streets breaking through the windows, or even the spiral staircase that portrays the ionic “Stella!” scene. I never understood the truth of this play, until I was walking through New Orleans myself. There is honestly not enough…

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