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AS and A Level: Arthur Miller

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  1. I believe that Chris is one of the most important characters in All My Sons.

    That makes him categorize as a ?round? character, now we will discover why. When Chris is introduced in the play, Miller described him as: ?He is thirty-two; like his father, solidly built, a listener. A man capable of immense affection and loyalty.? That description gave us an idea of what kind of person Chris Keller is or at least seems to be. He demonstrates to be a very correct and respectful man. An example of that is his secret love for Ann.

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  2. The Crucible Revision Notes

    And now you bid me tear the light out of my eyes? I will not, I cannot! You loved me, John Proctor, and whatever sin it is, you love me yet! Explanation for Quotation 1 >> 1. Past affair between Abi and John Proctor 2. For Proctor, we quickly realize, their relationship belongs to the past?while he may still be attracted to her, he is desperately trying to put the incident behind him. 3. Abigail-has no such sense of closure- she begs him to come back to her, her anger overflows, and we see the roots of what becomes her targeted, destructive romp through Salem.

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  3. A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller is a powerful and compelling play in which the main character, Eddie, succumbs to his weakness and loses control of his emotions

    Miller?s characterisation of Eddie and input from narrator, Alfieri, result the audience questioning whether Eddie is a depraved, controlling antagonist or a tragic hero. The kissing scene, which occurs at the beginning of Act Two, is important to the plot of the play because it marks a dramatic climax to Eddie?s secret obsessive love for Catherine. From the beginning of the play there have been hints of Eddie?s concealed l**t for his niece, for example we see from the beginning that he takes a keen interest in her appearance, ?Beautiful.

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