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Blanche states she stayed at the "Tarantula Arms" comparing herself to "a big spider! That's where [she] brought her victims"
How is this comparison ironic?
Blanche is the real victim of her choices and her past; the men were equal partners in her sexual adventures.
Blanche finally sees the truth of herself, that she is a brutalizer like Stanley.
Blanche fully embraces her desire for Mitch but it is too late.
Blanche lies once again to protect herself from Mitch's anger.
Spiders are known to eat moths and Blanche has been described as a moth throughout the whole play.