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What is inferred through Blanche's line "a woman's charm is fifty percent illusion"?
Blanche is completely aware she uses her "charm" to flirt her way out of serious circumstances, in this case talking about Belle Reve.
Blanche is admitting she is a liar and she took all the money from the sale of Belle Reve.
Blanche believes women have to lie to get what they want.
Blanche is telling Stanley he cannot trust any women, including Stella, especially when it comes to money.
Blanche is only half honest.