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Essay | Rodolfo Vs. Marco in "A View from the Bridge"

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Rodolfo Vs. Marco in "A View from the Bridge"

Summary: In his play "A View from the Bridge," Arthur Miller clearly portrays the brothers Rodolfo and Marco as being more different than alike in terms of looks, character, and personality. In general, Rodolfo is popular, whereas Marco is respected.
Marco and Rodolfo are very different in looks and character. Arthur Miller clearly portrays both brothers as being more different than alike.

With regard to looks, Marco is macho while Rodolfo is good looking, however not macho. Marco is a "regular bull", a "regular giant." This suggests that Marco is very tall and muscular, being "square built", resembling his father. Rodolfo seems to look very different from Marco, who wondered at "How come he's [Marco's] so dark and you're [Rodolfo's] so light"" Rodolfo has "platinum" blond hair, in fact his hair is so distinctive that Catherine seems to have been immediately attracted to him. Rodolfo is likely to be much less bulky in size and even slight in build as Eddie has a persistant suspicion that he "ain't right" and is like a "chorus girl." However, he is quite handsome as...

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