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Analyse the dramatic importance of the end of act one of A View from the Bridge

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English Coursework Analyse the dramatic importance of the end of act one of 'A View from the Bridge' Aurther Miller is play writer of 'A View from the Bridge' who uses a range of technique to illustrate the importance of the play, such as stage directions and language. At the end of act 1, Miller creates an atmosphere that Alfieri is weak where he says "I was so powerless" indicating that even a lawyer who should be confident on what to do, was clueless. ...read more.

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In the next part of the extract, it opens up as they are a big ecstatic family, as normally Catherine boosts about Rodolfo about what he did." They went to Africa once. On a fishing boat (Eddie Glances at her) its true Eddie" representing Eddie doesn't really want to know what they did. As the family talk about what the 2 submarines, Rodolfo doest want to contribute in the conversation therefore he sits near Catherine while she is "reading a magazine" On stage while they were Talking ...read more.

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(laughing) how are you gonna catch sardines on a hook?" Seeing that the 2 boys were having an argument. Beatrice steps in and tries to change the subject. The mood and atmosphere is very cheerful as Catherine goes on about Rodolfo's adventure. Eddie then jokes about that they "paint oranges to make them look like oranges" Marco then reacts to eddies joke thinking that he is telling the truth. Rodolfo is helping his brother by changing the subject "lemons are green" there becomes a conflict between Rodolfo and Eddie .he therefore reveals his ignorance "for Christ sake" ?? ?? ?? ?? View from the Bridge 1 ...read more.

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