All My Sons Essay | World Views in "All My Sons"

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World Views in "All My Sons"

Summary: An overview of the views of the world held by three main characters -- Joe Keller, his wife Kate, and his son Chris -- in Arthur Miller's play "All My Sons."
All My Sons

In the play All My Sons, written by Arthur Miller, Joe Keller, Chris Keller, and Kate Keller all have different views on the world. Joe Keller is the father of Chris and Larry Keller who owns a shop that fixes parts for airplanes. Joe said his rightful position in society was to be a good husband and a good father. Yet he performed horrible acts just to keep his family stable. When in the Korean War, there were a hundred and twenty cracked engines that he was supposed to fix, but he could not because he was supposedly ill with the "flu." His love and hope for Chris blinded his ability to make a thoughtful and rational decision regarding faulty parts from his factory. This resulted in the death of 21 pilots who were fighting in the war. He said he cared...

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