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Essay | "A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller

This student essay consists of approximately 13 pages of analysis of "A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller.
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"A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller

Summary: A View from the Bridge is a post war play centred on longshoreman Eddie Carbonne. Eddie lives with wife Beatrice, and niece Catherine. The play depicts the conflict that occurs when, Italian immigrants and relatives of Beatrice, Marco and Rudolpho, come to stay with them and Rudolpho forms a romantic relationship with Catherine, eventually marrying her.
WHAT MAKES "A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE" BY

ARTHUR MILLER `GOOD' THEATRE"

A View from the Bridge is a post war play centred on longshoreman Eddie Carbonne. Eddie lives with wife Beatrice, and niece Catherine. The play depicts the conflict that occurs when, Italian immigrants and relatives of Beatrice, Marco and Rudolpho, come to stay with them and Rudolpho forms a romantic relationship with Catherine, eventually marrying her. It ends in a violent confrontation between Marco and Eddie. Eddie confronts Marco with a knife, but it backfires and he is stabbed to death.

I am going to answer the question, "what makes "A View from the Bridge" `good' theatre" by firstly analysing four main components: the characters, themes, stage directions and dramatic devices.

I am going to beginning with the characters. The three most important characters are Eddie, Beatrice and...

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