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Essay | Brother's Keeper

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Brother's Keeper

Summary: The role of brothers in Mordecai Richler's novel, "Duddy Kravitz", and in Arthur Miller's play, Death of a Salesman, heighten and hinder the lives of various characters in each of these literary works. A brother's influence can form the basis of all future relationships. It can be the most sacred or damaging relationship that an individual may ever experience.
Who among us can claim that they are their brother's keeper? The role of brothers in Mordecai Richler's novel, "Duddy Kravitz", and in Arthur Miller's play, Death of a Salesman, heighten and hinder the lives of various characters in each of these literary works. A brother's influence can form the basis of all future relationships. It can be the most sacred or damaging relationship that an individual may ever experience. In "Duddy Kravitz", the brothers Duddy and Lennie, share a one-sided relationship. Even though Duddy is a `failure'... in his own way, he is a `success' at being a brother, and he truly is his brother's keeper. Happy and Biff, one set of brothers in Death of a Salesman, share a more solid relationship. Happy and Biff both rely on each other and seem incomplete when they are apart. Their relationship provides them with comfort and strength and...

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