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Essay | All My Sons

This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of All My Sons.
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All My Sons

Summary: In comparing All My Sons to the American Dream, All My Sons employs a pattern that is fundamental to most tragedies. Protagonists in tragedy must, in some degree, be held accountable for their actions. When faced with a moral dilemma, they often make a wrong choice.
The American Dream is simply to grow up, become wealthy, and own lots of property. There are many different variations of the American Dream yet this is the general gist of it. The part of the American Dream which is contradicted in this novel is only the last part of it, which states that after growing up, becoming wealthy, and owning lots of property, one lives happily ever after. Well Joe Keller surely grew and became wealthy, yet his life turned into a disaster in the short period of time that took place in this story. Arthur Miller is trying to convey two different points in his novel All My Sons: the American Dream is fake and only pertains to certain people and even with money life can turn into a disaster in a matter of moments.

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This section contains 1,258 words
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