All My Sons Essay | Contrasts in Act Two of "All My Sons"

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Contrasts in Act Two of "All My Sons"

Summary: In Act Two of "All My Sons," Arthur Miller creates interesting contrasts between characters' interests, motives, behavior and actions.
After finishing Act Two of "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller, we can appreciate the way Miller has created some interesting contrasts between the characters from the point of view of their interests and motives, their behaviour and their actions. The contrasts in the character's behaviors occur as they strive to achieve different things. For example, Chris is determined to marry Annie, but Mother on the other hand is determined to prevent this wedding, for her lost son's sake. These contrasts help the play to go along with a dramatic plot that these contrasts lead to.

"You notice there's more light with that thing gone..." I think this is might have a hidden meaning to it. If light is perceived as happiness and well-being, and the thing which she is referring to the tree in Larry's memory, is Larry's death, it can...

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