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Eddies Character and Relationship Towards His Family

Summary: View from the bridge

by Arthur Miller


As we knew from the play that Eddie is a longshoreman in the forties and a little over-weighted. He lives in a low class community. It has poor buildings, poor people and poor salary. Eddie himself doesn't take more than 30 dollars a week. This is a small amount of money for a family which consists of three. This sum of money isn't enough for food, clothes, medic care or even education.

Anybody with these standards of life shouldn't be at all happy. Eddie on the contrary is satisfied. Any other person with a wife and niece and takes that some of money will refuse to pay or raise up a niece. He has raised his wife's niece since her mothers death. He had cared and loved her all the way raising her and everyday he loved her more and more. Anybody should say...

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